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Control your AWS Lambda with Provisioned Concurrency

The serverless operational model allows companies and engineers to be more agile while spending less time dealing with security, scalability, and availability of their applications. More and more teams today, are running and operating mission-critical workloads at massive scale on AWS Lambda and the AWS serverless ecosystem: API Gateway, S3, SNS, SQS and more.

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Epsagon Achieves AWS Retail Competency Status

Today, at the re:Invent 2019 Global Partner Summit in Las Vegas, Epsagon has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Retail Competency. As an AWS Retail Competency Partner, Epsagon has demonstrated technical proficiency and proven customer success across numerous innovative solution areas in retail microservices, and retail transformation. AWS established the AWS Competency Program to help customers identify Consulting and Technology APN Partners with deep industry experience and expertise.

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AWS CloudWatch - Part 1/3: Logs and Insights

AWS CloudWatch is a set of services offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS CloudWatch allows you to store and display metrics and logs as well as generate alarms to alert you when things go wrong. It obviously integrates very well with other AWS services such as EC2, and you can also use it for workloads located outside of AWS (on-premises servers, for example). The AWS CloudWatch Agent can be used to export logs from a running server to AWS CloudWatch Logs.

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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.

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Epsagon Announces Tracing & Metrics for Kubernetes

Ever wonder what is going on with your Kubernetes clusters, as they deploy, scale and maintain container images? Do you want deeper visibility than current monitoring tools provide? Wonder no more. Today we are announcing a seamless integration of Kubernetes and Epsagon, the automated, distributed tracing solution for cloud microservices, including containers, with payload visibility to monitor, troubleshoot and fix issues in seconds.

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Tips for Running Containers and Kubernetes on AWS

Docker has taken the world by storm over the past few years. It’s fair to say that it has revolutionized the way applications are built, shipped, and deployed. In order to manage your Docker containers, you do need an orchestration tool, as doing everything manually is impractical and prone to error. But the downside of all the benefits such architectures bring is an inherent complexity. Indeed, there are now two layers to look after: the containers and the servers running those containers.

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A Quickstart Guide to AWS Cognito, Lambda and SES

Nowadays, almost every application on the web needs authentication and user management mechanisms. No matter the purpose of an application, users should have personal accounts in order to be identified in the system and receive access to services. From a developer’s perspective, authentication is pretty similar from app to app and usually consists of a database with users, sign-in & sign-up forms, and an API for identity verification (for example with password).

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Retail at the Scale of Serverless with AWS

Retail at the Scale of Serverless with AWS & Dunelm - YouTube An error occurred. Try watching this video on www.youtube.com, or enable JavaScript if it is disabled in your browser. Watch the webinar with AWS, Epsagon, and Dunelm to learn how to empower your developers and DevOps teams and leverage the power automated real-time monitoring to scale modern, cloud-native applications.

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Distributed Tracing Through RabbitMQ Using Node.js & Jaeger

Distributed tracing is essential to understanding and debugging a system, as it follows data moving both within and across process boundaries. If you’re just getting started with distributed tracing, our Introduction to Distributed Tracing is an excellent starting point. In this blog post, we’ll be looking at implementing distributed tracing between microservices via a message broker, all with open-source tools.