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Feb 18, 2020   |  By Erez Berkner
Serverless applications, due to their distributed nature, are often stuck having to reinvent the wheel. While small utility scripts and functions are often easily instrumented and monitored, anything of a transactional nature will need to implement special code to provide developers with common tools like stack traces, atomicity, and other patterns that rely on a singular flow of control.
Feb 13, 2020   |  By Mike Roberts
Next in our series on the Amazon Builders’ Library, Mike Roberts of Symphonia picks out the key insights from the article Going faster with Continuous Delivery by AWS senior manager of software development Mark Mansour.
Feb 4, 2020   |  By Matt Billock
The infrastructure that runs your applications can be nearly as complex as the applications it supports. This complexity generally scales with the resilience of the architecture of your application, the scaling needs, and any security concerns. Thus, successful infrastructure for traditional applications often relies on a comprehensive tooling suite that allows the infrastructure engineers to iterate upon and improve your application’s resources.
Jan 30, 2020   |  By Yan Cui
In our latest article on the Amazon Builders’ Library, Yan Cui highlights the main takeaways from the article, Implementing health checks, by AWS Principal Engineer David Yanacek.
Jan 28, 2020   |  By Uri Parush
Serverless development opens lots of new opportunities, and if you’re invested in serverless (or you’ve been following the hype) you’ll know that cost efficiency is principal among those benefits. Simply put, we can save money by choosing the right tool for the right task. Since a distributed microservices architecture is made up of many managed services it’s a simple task to change out the building blocks of a particular application flow.