Serverless soultions is can be incredibly cheap due to their event-based nature - if your system isn't working, you pay barely anything for it. But if you're not careful, serverless can still result in some nasty surprises when it comes to costs.
Is your CloudWatch Logs console full of old log groups? Got 50 pages of Lambda log groups? Don't worry, I have the solution for you! The issue here is not the cost; While there is a cost associated with keeping
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
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
UPDATED: Added examples from submissions. I love seeing real-world serverless applications. This post is a collection of the best examples, break-downs, and deep-dive articles and videos I've come across recently: MyCrypto.tools is a nice write-up on all the components
I really enjoy my weekly newsletters and I didn't get to go to ServerlessConf in Austin last week, so instead I started the Severless Weekly News! I'll go in to how I build it in a future post (serverless, of
Now that the Lambda Proxy Integration is a thing for API GW, performing redirects is a much simpler - and more sane - thing to do in your Serverless service. In my own case I was wanting to do a