DEV331 Option 3: Refactor a traditional ASPX forms application to a fully serverless model.
Duration: ~45 minutes
Windows local user: .\developer
Windows local password: ILove.Net!
SQL user: developer
SQL pass: ILove.Net!
Development Machine Region: Canada Central
High Level Steps:
Step 1 – Create a new AWS Serverless Core Web App
Step 2 – Add NuGet packages for AWSSDK.DynamoDBv2, AWSSDK.Extensions.NETCore.Setup and Swashbuckle.AspNetCore
Step 3 – Modify the ConfigureServices and Configure methods in the Startup.cs class to include Swagger
Step 7 – Add get (all), get by id, post, put and delete actions that map to the ContactsDB class methods
Step 8 – Modify the appsettings.Development.json file to include your profile and region.
Step 9 – Create a DynamoDB table that matches the SQL table for local testing
Step 10 – Run and test the application, open Swagger UI and verify the methods work
Step 11 – Modify the _Layout.cshtml file to include a link for a Contacts page
Step 12 – Add a Contacts page in the Pages folder to the solution
Step 13 – Code the Contacts page to interact with the new Web API and present a similar UI as the original solution
Step 14 – Test the application locally through the UI and verify the Contacts page is working
Step 15 – Create a DynamoDB access role in IAM for DMS (Database Management Service)
Step 16 – Open the DMS service in the console and create a new migration instance, point the source attributes at your development machine and the target at DynamoDB, test both connections and create a task. Start the task and wait for it to complete.
Step 17 – Create a DynamoDb role for Lambda in IAM
Step 18 – Modify the serverless.template in Visual Studio to include the ARN for the lambda role
Step 19 – Publish the application to AWS Lambda
Step 20 – Verify that the publish succeeded and test your application