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Feb 10, 2019 | By Yan Cui
Werner Vogels, the CTO of Amazon, describes AWS Lambda as the “connective tissue” for your cloud-native application. It’s an apt description, as AWS Lambda functions often connect to many services to transform and move data between them. Many of these services require you to authenticate your application with credentials or API keys. How to securely store and manage these application secrets is. Therefore, a question frequently asked by serverless developers.
Feb 5, 2019 | By Gal Bashan
Here at Epsagon, we take a holistic approach to monitoring. We want you to be able to have a complete understanding of your application, with absolutely zero code changes. That’s why we are introducing today one-click monitoring: monitor you serverless functions with a click of a button.
Feb 5, 2019 | By Nitzan Shapira
Another week, another feature! In the process of gaining observability and solving errors in your AWS Lambda functions, we’re launching today the new Epsagon Issue Manager. It allows you to easily track issues in your serverless application, identify their trends, and quickly jump to Trace Search to troubleshoot them.
Jan 31, 2019 | By Ran Ribenzaft
AWS Lambda provides a wide range of possibilities for automating DevOps tasks and processes. Prior to AWS Lambda, we relied on a server that executed all required tasks and scripts we put on it. With serverless, we can save a lot of effort.
Jan 18, 2019 | By Nitzan Shapira
From the first day, one of Epsagon’s main goals was to reduce the troubleshooting time of complex issues. Serverless applications are distributed, and as such, they have many potential problems. A failing function, for example, may indicate a much larger problem. A slow API can cause a timeout which breaks the entire applications.