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Jan 6, 2020 | By Toby Fee
Serverless is a quickly-maturing technology and, if you’ve followed its evolution over the past several years, you’ve likely seen a host of great (and not-so-great) documentation of its technology and practices. Now that serverless is a much more mainstream topic for reputable outfits to report on, it’s become easier to comb through serverless fact and fiction in the media.
Dec 23, 2019 | By Danielle Heberling
Serverless can bring opportunities by making DevOps more accessible to folks new to the industry. It can also bring opportunities to folks already in the industry that want to spend more time focusing on adding business value. But many technologists, seasoned or otherwise, hear a lot about serverless but don’t always know how to get started.
Dec 13, 2019 | By Toby Fee
Among the many, MANY announcements at re:Invent this year is one that settles a years-long debate or concern amongst people considering using AWS Lambda to build serverless applications: cold starts. AWS Lambda is now 5 years old. For all of that time, there’s been a concern about latency the first time a function is called. Well, fret no more: with Provisioned Concurrency you can pay a tiny fee to know Lambda functions are always available.
Dec 12, 2019 | By Danielle Heberling
At re:Invent 2019, Farrah and I gave a talk on our paths into the tech industry, how serverless helped us both build some of our first products, and how serverless represents a new mindset. I’d wanted to share a version of that talk on our blog for those who couldn’t make it, though we hope to give it again in the near future.
Dec 6, 2019 | By Gracie Gregory
Have you ever have that dream where you’re in a class on Classical Tibetan Algebra? And you haven’t done any homework all semester? AND it’s the final? That was me in this session: I was WAY in over my head with this one. Tod Golding’s material was so high-level that I got a nose bleed. Seriously. My nose started gushing 10 minutes in. This Portland dewdrop is NOT used to the dry desert and casino AC air.
Feb 10, 2019 | By Stackery
If there were no servers to manage, what would you do? Would you be able to explain your job? Would you be able to prove your value to current or prospective employers? Fill out the form to download the complete guide from Tom McLaughlin. Start defining your role in a serverless world—before it is defined for you.
Feb 10, 2019 | By Stackery
Add speed and scalability to your serverless infrastructure with the Stackery Operations Console. This product brief covers everything you need to accelerate your serverless development time and shorten your release cycles. Learn how to get complete visibility into your serverless applications through Stackery’s GUI or command line interface.
Feb 1, 2019 | By Stackery
There are many amazing advancements happening right now in the world of microservices. At the heart of a lot of these is the adoption of serverless computing. Moving to serverless infrastructure requires changing not only the way you manage your data and code, but also how you plan and execute projects as a team.
Jan 1, 2019 | By Stackery
Serverless technology can both dramatically reduce IT costs and enable enterprises to deploy applications significantly faster. Discover how engineering and DevOps teams can engage the potential of serverless while safely deploying and monitoring application performance.
Aug 30, 2019 | By Stackery
Stackery's CTO, Chase Douglas, AWS Startup Partner Solutions Architect AM Grobelny, close out the Serverless Summer School series with a serverless WebSocket tutorial using Amazon API Gateway & Stackery.
Aug 27, 2019 | By Stackery
Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) is a cloud-based email sending service designed to help digital marketers and application developers send marketing, notification, and transactional emails. This introductory course will teach you the basics of setting up a serverless SES while sharpening the skills you learned in the Wild Rydes workshop.
The second part of the comprehensive Wild Rydes simple serverless application workshop. This session covers common topics for building serverless applications like secrets management and user authentication, authorization, and management. Hosts: Chase Douglas (CTO @ Stackery), AM Grobelny (Startup Partner Solutions Architect @ AWS), & Eric Johnson (Sr. Developer Advocate @ AWS).
Stackery's CTO, Chase Douglas, AWS Startup Partner Solutions Architect AM Grobelny, and AWS Senior Developer Advocate Eric Johnson kick off the Serverless Summer School series with a local debugging workshop. The gang will address the frustrations of developers attempting to locally debug Lambda functions and reviewing tools like the AWS SAM CLI and the Stackery CLI to proposing a language-independent workflow that doesn't require hours of research to set up. Follow along through the example of setting up a simple serverless application.
The first part of the comprehensive Wild Rydes simple serverless application workshop. This session also covers common topics for building serverless applications like secrets management and user authentication, authorization, and management. Hosts: Chase Douglas (CTO @ Stackery), AM Grobelny (Startup Partner Solutions Architect @ AWS), and Eric Johnson (Sr. Developer Advocate @ AWS).