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Getting Started with serverless for developers: Part 4 – Local developer workflow

This blog is part 4 of the “Getting started with serverless for developers” series, helping developers start building serverless applications from their IDE. Many “getting started” guides demonstrate how to build serverless applications from within the AWS Management Console. However, most developers spend the majority of their time building from within their local integrated development […]

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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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Custom access logging

Analyzing API Gateway custom access logs for custom domain names

This post is courtesy of Taka Matsumoto, Cloud Support Engineer, AWS If you are using custom domain names in Amazon API Gateway, it can be useful to gain insights into requests sent to each custom domain name. Although API Gateway provides CloudWatch metrics and options to deliver request logs to Amazon CloudWatch Logs, there is […]

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Using new vCPU-based On-Demand Instance limits with Amazon EC2

This post is contributed by Saloni Sonpal, Senior Product Manager, Amazon EC2 As an Amazon EC2 customer running On-Demand Instances, you can increase or decrease your compute capacity depending on your application’s needs, and only pay for what you use. EC2 implements instance limits, which give you a highly elastic experience while protecting you from […]

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Serverless Coursera training app

Getting started with serverless

This post is contributed by Maureen Lonergan, Director, AWS Training and Certification We consistently hear from customers that they’re interested in building serverless applications to take advantage of the increased agility and decreased total cost of ownership (TCO) that serverless delivers. But we also know that serverless may be intimidating for those who are more […]

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