Necessity is the Mother of Invention: stateful experiments on AWS Lambda


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...my idea was to try to figure out how I could leverage cheaper computing services, like Amazon Lambda and the serverless movement, for running short-lived geo-distributed application scenarios using Jesse Schoch’s AWS elixir-on-lambda project Exlam to build upon.
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7 weeks ago by iyoti
Necessity is the Mother of Invention: stateful experiments on AWS Lambda
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april 2018 by zen4ever
In January 2017, we presented results to the European Commission on a FP7project called SyncFree, where we were tasked with a large-scale evaluationof the Lasp…
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march 2018 by aviflax
RT : Running a geo-distributed CRDT database on AWS for pennies a month? Just keep your Lambas invoking.
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march 2018 by bob
In January 2017, we presented results to the European Commission on a FP7 project called SyncFree, where we were tasked with a large-scale evaluation of the Lasp programming system.
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march 2018 by linkt
For your Sunday reading: "Necessity is the Mother of Invention: stateful experiments on AWS Lambda" https://t.co/fcTshXttgC

— Christopher Meiklejohn () March 10, 2018

http://twitter.com/cmeik/status/972436540550012933
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march 2018 by pdudits