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Configuration Options For AWS Lambda

 **** Since I wrote this article, there is now another option, see here *** In this article I will discuss the different configuration options for an environment that uses serverless architecture, and in particular AWS Lambda.  I will first discuss the ways this was done with servers, back in the day, you know a few months […]

Data modeling in DynamoDB

This is part 2 of a 3 part series Performance and scaling with partitions, indexes, and read/write capacity units Data modeling in DynamoDB Additional design patterns for DynamoDB NoSQL data modeling is a concept that is fairly new when compared to doing this with more established RDBMS that have been around for much longer.  NoSQL databases are […]

DynamoDB performance and scaling with partitions, indexes, and read/write capacity units

This is part 1 of a 3 part series Performance and scaling with partitions, indexes, and read/write capacity units Data modeling in DynamoDB Additional design patterns for DynamoDB First let’s give a very brief overview of the main uses for a traditional RDBMS versus a NoSQL data store, particularly DynamoDB. SQL Optimized for storage Normalized […]

Startup runs its app without servers or virtual machines

Who needs a server? Welcome to the era of serverless applications Teletext.io, a content management as a service platform, has its own unusual rule: Its developers can’t use any servers or virtual machines. The serverless app trend could “completely change the game for how applications are built and deployed,” says 451 Research Group’s Donnie Berkholz, […]

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