Building a minimum viable product (MVP) is something all startups do, but it's an unusual process. Unlike a prototype, MVPs focus your build on the necessary features first so you can get to market quickly and then return to add features as you scale. We'll share some of the tools and methodologies for building your MVP on AWS. Find out how to recognize when your product is viable, how to pick the right technologies, and how to use pre-configured architectures to speed up your development with AWS. You’ll also get an overview of how startups build MVPs use services like Amazon API Gateway, AWS Amplify, AWS Lambda, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), and AWS Lightsail. We will also give you a crash course on database options to get your MVP launched.
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