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
We were having a discussion over on the Serverless Forum about CloudFormation resources, and I came up with this AWS CLI command that I could see myself using later, so I'm going to put it here so I don't forget.
While watching the Building Complex Serverless Applications talk from re:Invent 2016 I discovered The Serverless Compute Manifesto. I couldn't find it reproduced in an easy to use format, so here it is for future reference - yours and mine:
I've just finished my first Serverless screencast. Check it out and let me know what you think: It's my first screencast, so there's lots of things that I'd like to fix in it. Even so, it was a great learning
I've been really enjoying playing with the Serverless framework recently. The FaaS (Function-as-a-Service) model really appeals to me, and I think it's going to be A Big Deal in the future. The Serverless framework makes interacting with AWS Lambda, API
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
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
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