Serverless

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Introducing Smart Dashboard with AI-Driven Anomaly Detection

Serverless community is living in a dream week with all pre-Invent announcements such as with FIFO support with SQS, runtime support for Java 11, Python 3.8, and Node.js 12. These are for sure just teasers about the big updates to be rolled out in two weeks. In the meantime, Thundra developers are also very busy with the updates that will change our definition and value proposition radically.

stackery

Serverless Architecture Conference 2019 - Serverless Hits the Big Time in Berlin

I never thought that this would be my life. For more than a year, I’ve been talking to individual customers and getting inspired by their stories, challenges, and goals. Now, I have the spectacular opportunity to meet entire conference rooms of people who are excited to hear about my story, challenges, and goals. This is my time to give back to the types of users who have inspired me ever since I entered the serverless space.

thundra

Building a serverless data pipeline using Kinesis > Lambda > S3 Glacier pt.2

This article is part of a two-part series covering how to build a serverless data pipeline with Kinesis, Lambda, and AWS S3 Glacier. You can find the first article here. In this article, we will be covering how to configure your Lambda function and build an S3 bucket with a lifecycle policy to push items older than 30 days to AWS S3 Glacier.

protego

7 of the Best Benefits of AWS Lambda for Your Cloud Computing System

All modern businesses with web-based applications run their applications on the cloud, but you already know this. The question is, where are they going next? If you’re in the early stages of selecting a cloud computing system, or in the middle of switching to a new cloud computing system, then you’re in the right place. In this post, we’ll discuss one of the top cloud solutions out there, Amazon Web Services, how the benefits of AWS Lambda can improve your organization.

epsagon

AWS Lambda and Node.js 12: Support and Benchmark

It seems like just yesterday we ran Lambda functions on Node.js version 6.10 or 8.10, but this year, AWS released official support for Node.js 10 and set Node.js 8.10, which will reach its EOL at the end of 2019. This time AWS released the support for Node.js 12! Node.js 12 (AKA “Erbium”) which is the official LTS version.

thundra

Building a serverless data pipeline using Kinesis > Lambda > S3 Glacier pt. 1

Getting Started Before we can really get going, you’re going to need a source of streaming data. For the purpose of writing this article, I made a simple React webpage that fires off a random number every second. I wanted to do this for a few reasons...