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serverless

Holistic Problem Solving

Six Questions for Yan Cui, instructor of Production-Ready Serverless 

By Frances Lefkowitz, Development Editor, Manning Publications

Bio: Yan Cui has worked with AWS for almost a decade, and has contributed his knowledge of production AWS Lamda to the Well-Architected whitepaper published by AWS. Based in London, he travels all over the world giving talks and workshops on serverless. This year he has presented in Copenhagen, Milan, Las Vegas, Portland, Tel Aviv, Krakow, and many more. His blog on The Burning Monk covers his favorite topics, including AWS, serverless, functional programming and chaos engineering.

Design, Secure, and Manage Serverless Backends




From Serverless Architectures on AWS, Second Edition
By Peter Sbarski

Aunt Maria’s Serverless Pizzeria

From Serverless Applications with Node js by Slobodan Stojanović and Aleksandar Simović

This article, excerpted from Serverless Apps with Node and Claudia.js, explores building a back-end app and API to process and store orders for aunt Maria’s pizzeria.

It’s Time to Go Serverless

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From Serverless Applications with AWS
By Marcia Villalba

Operational Best Practices in AWS Lambda


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From Production-Ready Serverless
By Yan Cui

Streamlining Serverless Deployments

From Serverless Applications with Node.js

By Slobodan Stojanović and Aleksandar Simović

API Gateways on AWS

From Serverless Architectures on AWS by Peter Sbarski

This article takes a close look at the API Gateway. We’ll look at the fundamental activities that go into building an API and discuss features such as staging and versioning, as well as caching, logging, and throttling of requests.

How Can I Reduce Infrastructure Costs and Focus on my Ideas?



From AWS Lambda in Action

By Danilo Poccia

Calling Functions from a Web Browser using AWS Lambda

From AWS Lambda in Action by Danilo Poccia

When configuring the Amazon API Gateway to use Lambda functions, you can choose to have no authentication and leave the API publicly available. Using this option together with the HTTP GET method allows your API to be called by a web browser. You need to return the expected content type for HTML (text/html) to implement a public website.

Peter Sbarski Talking AWS Lambda and Serverless Architecture

Learn more about serverless architectures in this interview with Peter Sbarski, author of Serverless Architectures on AWS.

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