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Yubl’s road to Serverless — Part 1, Overview – Yan Cui – Medium
Since Yubl’s closure quite a few people have asked about the serverless architecture we ended up with and some of the things we have learnt along the way. As such, this is the first of a series of…
api-gateway  serverless  lambda  aws 
yesterday by zmoog
Learn AWS API Gateway with the Slack Police – Chris Kalafarski – Medium
I bet you’re familiar with those times where someone asks a question in #general and it leads down a rabbit hole of lunch decisions or questions about subdomains. You’re sitting there thinking, “isn…
bot  api-gateway  slack  lambda  aws 
yesterday by zmoog
Freeze - Amazon Glacier File Transfer Client for Mac
Native app for macOS ✔ transfer files from and to Amazon Glacier ✔ Available on the Mac App Store
yesterday by ignatz
Using Tokens with User Pools - Amazon Cognito
Use ID and access tokens with Amazon Cognito Your User Pools.
aws  cognito  apigateway 
yesterday by damianesteban
Deploying Lambda-based Applications - AWS Lambda
Lambda-based applications (also referred to as serverless applications ) are composed of functions triggered by events. A typical serverless application consists of one or more functions triggered by events such as object uploads to Amazon S3, Amazon SNS notifications, and API actions. Those functions can stand alone or leverage other resources such as DynamoDB tables or Amazon S3 buckets. The most basic serverless application is simply a function.
serverless  cfn  lambda  aws 
yesterday by damianesteban
Step 1: Create a Lambda Function - AWS Lambda
Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the AWS Lambda console at . Choose Create a Lambda function . In Select blueprint , choose the lambda-canary blueprint. In Configure triggers : Choose
aws  serverless  lambda  sqs 
yesterday by damianesteban
70% cheaper Kubernetes cluster on AWS | Carlos Alexandro Becker
We are running Kubernetes on both sandbox and production for some months now. Our production cluster is still small, with few services running on it, but, most of our sandbox environment is running on a Kubernetes cluster on AWS.
kubernetes  aws 
2 days ago by john_oshea

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