Serverless is fun and easy. But what about monitoring? Is there a monitoring monster lurking around the corner? There are tons of options to tackle the monster, but what features does AWS offer? And more importantly, how can you best use them to make sure you aren’t called out of bed at night?
Supercharge your AWS (Amazon Web Services) infrastructure with the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK). This talk gives an introduction to the new AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK), an imperative way to write CloudFormation templates in the language of your choice, even in Java.
In his International PHP Conference talk, “Migrating from bare metal machines to AWS ECS”, Sebastian Struß talks about how AppLike moved from bare metal machines to AWS ECS (and vagrant to Docker in the development environment).
Sumo Logic’s annual report reveals some observations and insights about modern applications and DevSecOps in the cloud. Multi-cloud solutions, Kubernetes, AWS, and open source software are all having a banner year according to data from Sumo Logic’s customers. See the key findings, including the top five AWS services and database technologies.
DevOps means development is moving faster than ever. How is it possible to ensure everything is secure, especially when migrating to the cloud? Ivan Novikov takes a close look at how to keep everything moving at pace without leaving gaping security gaps behind.
Just because everyone is talking about something, that doesn’t mean it’s actually worth your time. Chris Wahl shares his experiences getting to grips with serverless technology, what he learned throughout the process, and whether, ultimately, serverless is something worth considering.
The AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code has left its early developer preview and enters general availability under an Apache License. With the extension, you can create serverless apps, step-through debug, test code locally, and even deploy to AWS all from within the VSCode editor. Read on to find out more about its features.
In serverless news, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that Amazon Aurora with Postgre SQL compatibility now supports serverless. Find out some of the potential use cases and limitations for this service and if it is the right choice for your applications.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a huge portfolio of services and products that can be combined to work with one another with one another. Michael Bruns explains how it is possible for developers to just click through this infrastructure using a colorful web UI and the possibility of automation, versioning and replication.
The AWS Toolkit for IntelliJ was announced about a year ago at re:Invent and the GA is finally here. Today, we take a look at its features and what you can do with this brand new toolkit.
If you wish there was an easy way to monitor and control communications across microservices applications on AWS, consider it granted. AWS App Mesh is the latest announcement at AWS re:Invent to rock our world. Proceed with caution though: this service mesh is currently available as a public preview.
Integrate your AWS resources with Kubernetes with this new Service Operator from AWS. Take advantage of Kubernetes’ built-in control loop without any interruptions.
Amazon has been using predictive models for decades. Now, they want to put machine learning in the hands of every developer with their AWS AI division. In this article, Cyrus Vahid, an AI specialist from AWS, explains some basic models for deep learning and goes over how Amazon has a service for every use case.
Lots of popular DevOps tools are developed with Go, but AWS Lambda still doesn’t support it. How can developers work around this barrier? In this session, Andreas Mohrhard explains what serverless really is, how AWS and Go play well together, and how developers can benefit from using AWS Lambda and Go together.