Mar 12, 2019 | By John Demian
To get some serious work done, we usually need to prepare for it. “Baby steps first,” they say. In our niche, these “baby steps” would be countless small jobs that need to be done before we can start with our main project. Proper preparation(try saying this 5 times fast) is the key to success, but after we’ve achieved our primary goal, there will always be something to do to keep it steady and flowing.
Mar 1, 2019 | By John Demian
Smarter people than myself, once said that you should do things you don’t like first so that you can enjoy the things you’re doing later. Nobody wants cold starts. They’re annoying, and we continuously feel an itching sensation in our brains because of them. The serverless world would be a much better place to work in if they weren’t there.
Feb 21, 2019 | By John Demian
Mikk and the rest of the dev team at Dashbird have been working overtime this past month, in an effort to rehaul the user experience in the app based on the feedback we are constantly getting. We believe in having an honest and open, two-way street when it comes to communication so I advise each and every one of you to either write us an email via firstname.lastname@example.org or to join our slack channel.
Feb 20, 2019 | By John Demian
The phrase “better safe than sorry” gets thrown around whenever people talk about monitoring or getting observability into your AWS resources but the truth is that you can’t sit around and wait until a problem arises, you need to proactively look for opportunities to improve your application in order to stay one step ahead of the competition.
Dec 27, 2018 | By Dashbird
Dashbird integrates closely with AWS to bring visibility into serverless applications. By mapping applications resources, importing CloudWatch logs and integrating with AWS X-ray it's able to provide all pillars of observability with no performance overhead or code changes.
Sep 28, 2018 | By Dashbird