Panther is a collection of serverless applications deployed on an AWS instance managed by Panther. The frontend is a React application which runs in a Docker container (via ECS), and the backend is a collection of compute (Lambda), storage (DynamoDB / S3), and other supporting services.
The sections below cover how Panther works under the hood: an architectural overview and how your data is stored/processed.

Architecture Diagram

This diagram provides an overview of the core components of Panther, and how they are connected.
High level architecture diagram

Data Flow Diagram

This diagram shows where and how your data is stored and processed:
Data flow diagram
The above arrows indicate the direction in which data is transferred, as opposed to the previous diagrams where arrows are indicating the direction that communication is being initiated.
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