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Tag: CloudWatch Logs

Investigating spikes in AWS Lambda function concurrency

This post is courtesy of Ian Carlson, Principal Solutions Architect – AWS As mentioned in an earlier post, a key benefit of serverless applications is the ease with which they can scale to meet traffic demands or requests. AWS Lambda is at the core of this platform. Although this flexibility is hugely beneficial for our customers, sometimes […]

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Developing .NET Core AWS Lambda functions

This post is courtesy of Mark Easton, Senior Solutions Architect – AWS One of the biggest benefits of Lambda functions is that they isolate you from the underlying infrastructure. While that makes it easy to deploy and manage your code, it’s critical to have a clearly defined approach for testing, debugging, and diagnosing problems. There’s […]

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Techniques and Tools for Better Serverless API Logging with Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda

Ryan Green @ryangtweets Software Development Engineer, API Gateway Developing, testing, and operating Serverless APIs using Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda can be made much easier with built-in support for Amazon CloudWatch Logs. In Lambda functions, you can use log statements to send log events to CloudWatch log streams, and API Gateway automatically submits log […]

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