My top picks from re:Invent 2020 week 1

All the sessions during week 1 are available to watch on-demand now. You can access them via the official reinvent portal here. Here are my top picks for sessions to watch, in no particular order. “Building technology standards at Amazon scale” by Marc Brooker You can watch the session here, and here‘s my notes for the session. “Monitoring …

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What you need to know about Aurora Serverless v2, so far.

I’ve gotten a few questions about Aurora Serverless v2 preview, so here is what you need to know about Aurora Serverless v2 during preview.   Q: Does it replace the existing Aurora Serverless offering? A: No, it lives side-by-side with the existing Aurora Serverless, which will still be available to you as “v1”.   Q: …

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Serverless at re:Invent 2020 – hot takes #1

During this re:Invent, I’m sharing with you the biggest serverless-related announcements and what they mean for you in a series of hot-takes. Starting with, the biggest announcements from today’s keynote, plus a bunch of other important announcements just before r:Invent. 1. Lambda changes billing to per ms Lambda now bills you by the ms as …

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How I built a social network in 4 weeks with GraphQL and serverless

I have been involved with a client project to help the client launch a new social network for university students to engage with each other to do sports. Amongst other things, users can: Arrange activities and ask to join others’ activities (like a basketball match or to run in the park). There’s private messaging. Users …

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“Even simple serverless applications have complex architecture diagrams”, so what?

A common complaint I have heard about serverless applications is that they tend to look really complicated on architecture diagrams, with many moving parts. But does it mean serverless applications are more complex compared to their serverful counterparts? Before I get to that, let’s do a simple exercise. Serverful architectures Which of these two serverful …

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Production-Ready Serverless is back!

My Production-Ready Serverless workshop is back in January 2021 and will feature all the latest changes and features from re:Invent 2020. This is a hands-on workshop where you will learn best practices for building serverless applications by building an e-commerce solution from scratch. By the end of the workshop, you should have a clear idea when serverless is a …

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AppSync Masterclass is open for early access!

I have some exciting news to share with you. That after some initial delays, the AppSync Masterclass is now open for Early Access with 40% launch discount. First of all, thank you so much for your patience, it’s taken us a bit longer than we expected but we’re here, at last. You can purchase the …

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Weekly update 48

Hi, welcome to another weekly update! Real-World Serverless podcast Since the last update, we have had quite a few new episodes, covering a wide range of topics: #25: Well-Architected Serverless with Heitor Lessa #26: Serverless chatbots with Gillian Armstrong #27: Serverless at A Cloud Guru with Dale Salter #28: Serverless Machine Learning with Carl Osipov …

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How to set up custom domain names for AppSync

I previously wrote about five reasons you should consider AppSync over API Gateway. One thing that API Gateway supports but you can’t do with AppSync out-of-the-box yet is custom domain names. Your shiny new AppSync API is available at XYZ.appsync-api.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/graphql, but you really want people to use your own domain instead because dev.example.com/graphql is much …

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