AWS CodePipeline is AWS’ CD orchestration tool. We're fans of CodePipeline at Symphonia : we use it with our clients, and on our own projects. To read a quick overview of CodePipeline see this earlier article that I wrote.
Hi everyone. It's been a great, fascinating, and busy 2019 for John and I (Mike) at Symphonia. You'll probably be able to tell that we haven't had too much spare time because of the lack of updates around these parts!
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) are techniques that I've had a passion about for a long time. Back in the Dim And Distant Past of 2003 I even co-led an open source project that brought some at-the-time interesting innovations to this area.
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Hello friendly Serverless Insights subscribers! Summer has arrived in New York City — a time when locals scramble to find rooftops, dodge a million dripping air conditioners, and wonder how bodegas are selling pumpkin beer already.
I started writing “Serverless Architectures” in May 2016. At that point I'd recently finished up at my previous job, had just been to the first Serverlessconf, hadn't done much writing in a while, had some time on my hands, and so decided to put a few ideas together.
AWS announced a new service — the Serverless Application Repository (SAR) — at re:Invent 2017. The general goal of SAR is to make it easier to distribute, and consume, applications that have been developed using AWS Serverless products, like Lambda.
Lambda is a wonderful platform. However, it is still in its early years, and has a number of limitations and rough edges. One of those edges — that of the ability to overwhelm downstream systems with unfettered load — got a lot smoother at re:Invent 2017.