Serverless

lumigo

Canary Deployment with LaunchDarkly and AWS Lambda

LaunchDarkly has built an impressive feature flag management system that overages more than 200 billion feature flags per day. It has helped companies implement continuous deployment, A/B testing, infrastructure migrations and much more. It also enables canary launches (or dark launches) through its built-in support for percentage-based rollouts.

thundra

Holy Grail of Solutions: Solving .NET Lambda Cold Start Part II

The .NET framework is undoubtedly a powerful tool to build applications with. Incorporating it on serverless platforms unlocks myriads of architectural and cost benefits. However, the serverless ambitions of .NET developers are often dashed by unendurable cold start durations. This is mainly attributed to how .NET assemblies are jitted, among other issues.

stackery

5 Common Misconceptions About Serverless in 2019

At Stackery, our engineers live and breathe serverless development every day. Because of this, we are constantly evaluating the current soundbites about it; when a field is expanding this quickly, it’s not uncommon to hear a generous handful of misguided assumptions. So, despite the increasing influence of cloudside development, there are still a number of declarations published every week that seem to amplify some common and outdated misconceptions.

iopipe

Enhanced IOpipe Observability: Reducing Overhead with CloudWatch Logs

At IOpipe, we’re excited to announce an enhancement to our serverless logging feature: Integration with AWS CloudWatch Logs. With a click of a button, you can now enable a new AWS integration on your IOpipe dashboard that will instantly unlock access to your CloudWatch logs for each and every AWS Lambda invocation you observe and monitor with IOpipe.

thundra

The Fundamental Problem: Solving .NET Lambda Cold Start Part I

As the age-old battle of .NET(C#) vs Java rages on, it is evident that there is still no clear victor albeit Java’s larger user group. Both languages emerged from the same aspirations of humanity and both languages have served similar purposes throughout the evolution of technology. However, as we now enter the era of serverless, .NET is on the back foot with an evident disadvantage regarding cold starts.