||An AWS service that consists of a library as well as a platform for hosting web applications. It provides easy deployments, custom domains and free SSL certificates.
||A popular web application framework written in TypeScript and provided by Google.
||An AWS service that allows one to easily host APIs and make them accessible through HTTP. It has various features such as caching and authorization.
||Amazon Web Services. The cloud offering of Amazon.
||An alternative approach of handling data integration and analytics than Data Warehouses. Quite contrary to Data Warehouses, which are schema-on-write, Data Lakes are schema-on-read. This means the data is loaded into the database without changing its format. Only when read, the format is changed to the target system needs.
||A NoSQL database offered by AWS.
||An AWS service that provides servers (based mainly on Linux) and is billed hourly based on the usage.
||Exchanged Traded Funds. An index fund that is traded on a stock exchange and can be bought and sold similarly to shares.
||An AWS service that allows one to host functions written in a variety of languages in the cloud without having to manage a server. These functions can then be called by other services such as API Gateway.
||A front-end framework based on Material Design.
||Design principles developed by Google.
||The idea that it is better to use a different database tailored for each use case instead of one single database. For example, using a time series database for prices and a document database for static ETF data.
||An AWS service for relational databases. It allows one to use a database such as MySQL in the cloud.
||A popular web application framework made by Facebook.
||A framework used to automatically provision infrastructure (such as Lambda functions).
||REST stands for Representational State Transfer. It describes a set of rules on how systems can communicate with each other. The central concept is that of a resource, which is basically an object. Systems using REST are stateless.