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Jan 17, 2019 | By İbrahim Gürses
“Serverless monitoring with no code change and zero overhead” is our mantra at Thundra. I know it is a bold statement, but we have been working hard to fulfill this claim. First, we achieved “zero overhead” by leveraging async monitoring and even today Thundra is still the only agent-based solution which supports async monitoring.
Jan 15, 2019 | By Piril Engin
2018 experienced an explosion of Serverless conferences and events. The interest was unbelievable which is unsurprising given how rapidly serverless adoption has grown. As businesses continue to move their architectures from monolith to microservices, we can see from all the conferences that these organizations are really looking at serverless computing as a serious option for their microservices applications.
Jan 10, 2019 | By Sarjeel Yusuf
My previous blog post was the proclamation of my admiration of AWS AppSync as a platform for GraphQL. In this post, I wish to proceed in my tango with the Amazon service that has given immense power to developers, especially those developing APIs. Hence, this is a demo post where I shall attempt to show the very basics of getting started with AppSync, and hopefully also provide some insight to those new with the technology.
Jan 8, 2019 | By Sarjeel Yusuf
No other language manifests Edsger Djikstra notion of brevity without jargon better than GraphQL. This is a querying language that has proven its worth by its simplicity and effortlessness in an application of what would otherwise be heavy and ugly in the domain of API calls and database querying. As I was exploring the capabilities of this querying language, I was quick to realize its potential in its main use as an API building tool.
Jan 3, 2019 | By Hamit Burak Emre
While developing your lambda functions debugging may become a problem. As a person who benefits a lot from step by step debugging, I had difficulty debugging lambda functions. I got lost in the logs. Redeploying and trying again with different parameters over and over... Then I found the AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) Command Line Interface (CLI). The AWS SAM CLI lets you debug your AWS Lambda functions in a good old step-by-step way.
Dec 21, 2018 | By Thundra
Lambda Layers allows AWS Lambda users to quickly and efficiently deploy, manage, and configure common elements not natively provided in AWS Lambda. Learn how to add monitoring and observability to your AWS Lambda applications in less than a minute with Thundra Layers.
Nov 6, 2018 | By Thundra
Learn how to break down and dive deep into your AWS Lambda environments with Thundra's serverless observability data in Honeycomb's powerful visualization and analystics platform.
Nov 6, 2018 | By Thundra
With Thundra's Honeycomb integration, you can perform deep querying and end-to-end tracing analysis of your serverless environment using Honeycomb's powerful tooling. Follow along in this video to set up your Thundra-Honeycomb integration.