Blog articles tagged 'lambda'

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on 9/4/2017 1:00 AM
Tweet Serverless architectures are microservices by default, you need correlation IDs to help debug issues that spans across multiple functions, and possibly different event source types – asynchronous, synchronous and streams. This is the last of a 3-par[...]
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on 9/2/2017 1:00 AM
Tweet The common practice of using agents/daemons to buffer and batch send logs and metrics are no longer applicable in the world of serverless. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your logging and monitoring infrastructure for your functio[...]
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on 8/31/2017 1:00 AM
Tweet CloudWatch Logs is hardly the ideal fit for all your logging needs, fortunately you can easily stream the logs to your preferred log aggregation service with AWS Lambda functions. This is the first of a 3-part mini series on managing your AWS Lambda[...]
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on 8/23/2017 1:30 AM
Tweet You may not realise that you can write AWS Lambda functions in a recursive manner to perform long-running tasks. Here’s two tips to help you do it right. AWS Lambda limits the maximum execution time of a single invocation to 5 minutes. Whilst this l[...]
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on 8/14/2017 1:30 AM
Tweet Threats to the security of our serverless applications take many forms, some are the same old foes we have faced before; some are new; and some have taken on new forms in the serverless world. As we adopt the serverless paradigm for building cloud-h[...]
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on 8/3/2017 1:30 AM
Tweet One of the complaints developers often have for AWS Lambda is the inability to run and debug functions locally. For Node.js at least, the Serverless framework and VS Code provides a good solution for doing just that. An often underused feature of th[...]
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on 8/1/2017 1:30 AM
Tweet Hi everyone, just a quick note to let you know that I’m running a live online course with O’Reilly on designing serverless architectures with AWS Lambda. It’s a 2-day course on September 11-12th with 6 hours in total, and it’s available for free if [...]
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on 7/27/2017 1:30 AM
Tweet Security in serverless world from Yan Cui Tweet
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on 7/18/2017 1:00 AM
Tweet The Saga pattern is a pattern for managing failures, where each action has a compensating action for rollback. In Hector Garcia-Molina’s 1987 paper, it is described as an approach to handling system failures in a long-running transactions. It has be[...]
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on 7/3/2017 1:00 AM
Tweet Note: see here for the rest of the series.   When I joined Yubl in April 2016, it had launched just 2 months earlier, after a long and chaotic development cycle that lasted more than 2 years – all the while there was a fully armed sales team before [...]
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