Got Twitter? Want serverless? Here are my favourite accounts - in no particular order - to keep up to date with the good serverless news and content out there. AWSObviously the AWS staff and accounts are a good source of
Get started with golang and the AWS SAM CLI for local Lambda development.
Understanding the differences between the various event types and their retries is important, because it will change how you design and code your application. If you're developing a serverless application in Lambda, you will have to deal with retries. They
UPDATE: AWS announced over the weekend that they're enhancing protections against this kind of scenario. A few weeks ago a security researcher shared it was possible to hijack domains that were misconfigured in Amazon CloudFront, Amazon's CDN-as-a-service. Being able to
I was getting my hands dirty with AWS SAM Local and Golang based functions the other day (since golang function support was added in 0.2.7), and ran it to a basic - but cryptic - error that took
CodeCommit access via federated credentials is the way to go. You're not using long-lived Access Keys are you? Bad engineer! Stop that! For better or worse, federated IAM access requires you to use the HTTPS endpoint with a git credential
Last week I presented to the Sydney AWS Lambda User Group about serverless operations aka. LessOps. Here are the slides I used to talk about the good - and less good - things about operating a serverless application: Serverless Operations
With so much buzz around serverless at re:Invent 2017, I thought it would be a good time to highlight the best places and resources to find AWS-specific serverless information: AWS re:Invent 2017 Serverless Breakout Sessions on YouTube This
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