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Category: AWS Lambda

Getting started with serverless for developers: Part 3 – The front door

This blog post is part 3 of Getting started with serverless for developers, helping developers to start building serverless applications from their IDE. In the previous post, I introduce AWS Lambda and show how functions are designed to run business logic for serverless applications. In this blog post, you see how to access that business […]

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Getting started with serverless for developers: Part 2 – The business logic

This blog is part 2 of “Getting started with serverless for developers“, helping developers start building serverless applications from their IDE. In part 1 you learn why developers need serverless technologies and which challenges serverless technologies help to solve. You are introduced to an example serverless application. Deploying this application to your AWS account in […]

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Getting started with serverless for developers: Part 1

Update : You can now find the supporting GitHub repository to this series. Part 2: The business logic Part 3: The front door Part 4: Local developer workflow Part 5: Sandbox developer account Developers around the world are already running serverless applications in production without worrying about servers. This new getting started series is for […]

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Operating Lambda: Isolating and resolving issues

This blog post outlines a general approach to debugging Lambda performance issues and errors. This provides a repeatable process for isolating and resolving problems in your serverless workloads. Using the walkthrough of the Coffee Lookup application, I show how to reproduce a production bug, isolate the cause of errors, and then isolate the performance issue.

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Handling binary data using Amazon API Gateway HTTP APIs

This post is written by Rudolf Potucek, Startup Solutions Architect. Amazon API Gateway REST APIs have supported binary data since 2016. API Gateway HTTP APIs makes it easier to work with both binary and text media types. It supports a new payload format version and infers encoding based on request and response formats. In this […]

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