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Disaster Tolerance Patterns Using AWS Serverless Services

By making use of existing features within several AWS serverless services, it is straight forward to create an architecture that is tolerant of regional failures (or smaller scopes) without any significant additional effort. Further, the resulting architecture is self-healing and requires negligible operational maintenance even during a failure event. In this blog post, CloudPegboard.com founder […]

Aspects of serverless architecture explained in this 3 part series

The software development discipline of continuous delivery has had a tremendous impact on decreasing the cost and risk of delivering changes while simultaneously increasing code quality by ensuring that software systems are always in a releasable state. However, when applying the tools and techniques that exist for this practice to serverless application frameworks and platforms, sometimes […]

What is the Serverless Framework

This post is an excerpt taken from the “Learn Serverless” book. If you’re interested in more Serverless framework related content you might want to check out the Just Serverless blog. You’ve maybe heard a lot about the serverless architecture. Maybe you’ve also tried to setup a serverless application from scratch. This is a tedious process as you […]

Where Can I See An Example Of A Serverless Architecture Application?

  Where Can I See An Example Of A Serverless Architecture Application? Let me introduce you to SquirrelBin, a serverless microservice based web application built with Angular, APIGateway, Route53, CloudFront, Lambda, and DynamoDB, S3 Static web hosting, all of which (excluding Angular) are serverless offerings from Amazon Web Services (AWS).  This application does not even have […]

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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