A developer has written an application hosted on Amazon EC2 instances. The application generates and uploads thousands of new objects to an Amazon S3 bucket located in the same AWS region. The size of each object is less than 1 MB. The application is taking too long to run.
How can the performance of the application be improved?
A company hosts a microservices application that uses Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda, Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SOS), and Amazon DynamoDB, One of the Lambda functions adds messages to an SOS FIFO queue.
When a developer checks the application logs, the developer finds a few duplicated items in a DynamoDB table. The items were inserted by another polling function that processes messages from the queue.
What is the MOST likely cause of this issue?
A company hosts a client-side web application for one of its subsidiaries on Amazon S3. The web application can be accessed through Amazon CloudFront from https://www.example.com. After a successful rollout, the company wants to host three more client-side web applications for its remaining subsidiaries on three separate S3 buckets.
A developer is troubleshooting a three-tier application, which is deployed on Amazon EC2 instances. There is a connectivity problem between the application servers and the database servers.
Which AWS services or tools should be used to identify the faulty component? (Select TWO.)
An application runs on multiple EC2 instances behind an ELB.
Where is the session data best written so that it can be served reliably across multiple requests?