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The hexagonal architecture, or ports and adapters architecture, is an architectural pattern used for creating loosely coupled application components that can be easily connected to their software environment. This makes components exchangeable at any level, and facilitates test automation.
AWS Lambda provided the perfect environment to work with this architecture, moreover using hexagonal architecture, allows great flexibility to change the computational layer in case of porting across cloud services.
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Luca is Principal Architect at AWS, helping our customers in the media and entertainment space to deliver cost-effective and scalable cloud solutions.