Tag: AWS Lambda Layers
Building multi-tenant systems can represent a major effort for some teams. This post focuses on introducing strategies that allow developers to write their day-to-day code without having to think about how tenancy might influence their implementation. AWS Lambda Layers allow SaaS architects to centralize tenant-aware libraries without impacting the size or load-time of your application’s functions.
To help businesses get the most out of their customer data, CRM tools are used widely to manage data throughout the customer journey, and the exchange of data between two CRMs should be seamless and glitch-free. To better optimize and automate CRM integration with the ACE Pipeline Manager, learn how various AWS services support Labra OppSync from Ibexlabs and help AWS Partners manage their customer opportunities.
Serverless has many benefits, but logging from AWS Lambda is like an artistic, creative process. It requires thought and vision to bring together the pieces and assemble them into something organized and functional. The Big Compass Serverless Logging Framework is also a validated AWS solution that helps standardize logs across teams, business units, and Lambdas, easing the burden of implementing a complicated logging framework.
As part of adopting a multi-tenant SaaS model, a key challenge is how to provide strong tenant isolation in a cost effective and scalable manner. Being able to effectively isolate your tenants is an important part of a multi-tenant system. Learn how dynamic policy generation gets applied as part of the overall isolation story of your SaaS solution, and follow along with AWS reference implementation to demonstrate how to use dynamically generated policies in code.
Many SaaS organizations leverage AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) to define a series of policies and roles that can be used to ensure tenants are not allowed to cross tenant boundaries when accessing resources. To make this work, you have to create separate policies for each tenant which can create an explosion of tenant policies that push the account limits of IAM. Learn how dynamic policy generation creates a more scalable and manageable isolation experience.
Learn how APN Partner Toptal applied a horizontally scalable solution for a customer’s image upload processing. This type of serverless solution can reduce the strain on API servers and eliminate the need for running separate servers to handle spikes without crashing. A serverless computing model with AWS Lambda is a natural fit for utility classes of tasks, such as preparing and sending transactional emails and push notifications.
Serverless applications are becoming more and more popular as organizations seek to increase developer velocity, shorten time-to-market, and reduce infrastructure costs. Epsagon offers a holistic approach to monitoring and troubleshooting serverless applications. By leveraging distributed tracing and automated alerting, AWS Lambda users can get an auto-discovery view of their entire architecture, with a minimal setup effort and no code changes.