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Jul 7, 2020   |  By Dori Aviram
At Lumigo, we recently ran into some issues with a service we built on top of our Nodejs AWS Lambda handler. These issues were the result of lambda execution leaks from within our serverless code. In this article, I’ll explain about node.js lambda execution leaks and how to avoid them.
Jul 1, 2020   |  By Yan Cui
Ten years ago, Amazon found that every 100ms of latency would cost them roughly 1% in sales. This is a pretty clear statement on the importance of user experience! It’s especially true in today’s ultra-competitive market where the cost of switching (to another provider) for consumers is lower than ever. And one of the most common performance issues in serverless architectures is related to elevated latencies from services we depend on.
Jun 25, 2020   |  By Erez Berkner
We’re thrilled to announce that Gartner has named Lumigo a cool vendor in its recent Cool Vendors in Performance Analysis for Cloud-Native Architectures report by Padraig Byrne, Josh Chessman, Federico De Silva, Pankaj Prasad, Charley Rich, published May 18, 2020. The report explains something we at Lumigo heartily agree with: in a cloud-first world, the lines between development and operations are blurring.
Jun 16, 2020   |  By Yan Cui
Today, the AWS Lambda platform has added a new arrow to its quiver – the ability to integrate with Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) natively. Until now, a Lambda function was limited to 512MB of /tmp directory storage. While this is sufficient for most use cases, it’s often prohibitive for use cases such as Machine Learning, as Tensorflow models are often GBs in size and cannot fit into the limited /tmp storage.
May 25, 2020   |  By John Demian
We added out of the box alerts for irregular behaviors. Lumigo Insights will trigger an alert the second it detects an irregularity with your functions ensuring you’ll know the second things start to go sideways.
Jun 11, 2020   |  By Lumigo
In this webinar, Yan Cui and Olaf Conijn will take a deep dive into AWS Organizations, what it is, and why you should use it. They review how to use the open-source tool org-formation to manage an entire AWS Organization using infrastructure-as-code.