I've been playing a lot with the Serverless framework since they moved from v0.x to v1 (which is currently in beta). I really like the direction they've taken it, and have been using it for my own projects. One
When I first used CloudWatch Events I knew just enough to get the job done. As I've played with it more, I've realised that the official docs don't do a great job of explaining the underlying concepts involved, even though
Just before the AWS Summit last month I attended the Inaugural Sydney Serverless Meetup. I gave a lightning talk introducing Apex for managing Lambda functions. I must admit I thought it was going to be a meetup about the Serverless
Paying for idle is so 2015 I had some Lambda Functions that scraped data from the Internet, and stored them in a database. Locking-down the RDS Security Group to only Lambda Functions turned out to be more complicated than I
I had read about Apex and knew I wanted to try it out. The new announcement about v0.5.0 gave me the motivation to do it. The newly announced features are: Client-side hooks for building, linting, testing, etc Ignore
While it was really cool when AWS Lambda scheduled functions were announced, it was a bit of a let-down to find out they could only be done via the web console. The benefit of having scheduled custom jobs without having
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