Previous Issues


Issue #274: The Serverless Gauntlet has been Thrown โš”๏ธ

April 9, 2024

In this issue, Cloudflare throws down the serverless gauntlet, Mistral Large hits Bedrock, and Redis fights back (sort of).


Issue #273: Some Serverless Competition ๐Ÿ

April 2, 2024

In this issue, Cloudflare continues to raise the serverless bar, CloudFormation gets better visualizations, and we learn how Lambda keeps secrets.


Issue #272: RIP Redis ๐Ÿชฆ

March 26, 2024

In this issue, Redis' OSS license change gets blowback, AWS updates their Savings Plan return policy, and we learn 5 simple steps for serverless resiliency.


Issue #271: Hello Cold Starts My Old Friend! ๐Ÿฅถ

March 19, 2024

In this issue, cold starts are top of mind, Timestream runs a familiar playbook, and Bedrock gives us cheap AI Haikus.


Issue #270: CloudFormation: Now 40% Faster! ๐Ÿƒ

March 12, 2024

In this issue, CloudFormation gets up to 40% faster, AWS frees outbound data migrations, and PlanetScale focuses on profitability.


Issue #269: The Mighty Lambda-lith ๐Ÿ—ฟ

March 5, 2024

In this issue, AWS makes some meaningful incremental improvements, Mistral goes GA on Bedrock, and Cloudflare announces a Firewall for AI.


Issue #268: You down with STD? (Single Table Design, that is) ๐ŸŒถ๏ธ

February 27, 2024

In this issue, I stand by single table designs, AWS advances zero-ETLs, and AWS Lambda adds support for .NET 8


Issue #267: There are People Behind Serverless ๐Ÿ‘ฅ

February 20, 2024

In this issue, Cloudflare slays a troll, we dive deeper into LLRT, and compare Lambda containers versus zip packaging.


Issue #266: Low Latency Serverless Runtime ๐Ÿš…

February 13, 2024

In this issue, JavaScript gets another new runtime, CodePipeline finally supports branch-based development, and we learn what to expect from serverless.


Issue #265: From ClickOps to IaC in minutes ๐Ÿ“ธ

February 6, 2024

In this issue, AWS throws ClickOps a lifeline, Public IPv4 addresses kinda become free again, and we explore the post-serverless era.


Issue #264: The Cost of Observability ๐Ÿ’ฐ

January 30, 2024

In this issue, we get more serverless patterns, learn why some folks are moving away from the CDK, and learn about the observability cost crisis.


Issue #263: A Post-Serverless Era? ๐Ÿ”ฎ

January 23, 2024

In this issue, we get another serverless vector database, AWS Step Functions adds even more integrations, and Bun angers every jQuery developer.


Issue #262: Serverless Motivation ๐Ÿ˜“

January 16, 2024

In this issue, Amazon CloudWatch gives us account level subscription filters, applications open for AWS Community Builders, and serverless gets rusty.


Issue #261: Believe in Serverless ๐Ÿ™Œ

January 9, 2024

In this issue, Momento Topics goes stateless, we learn why serverless and agile are made for one another, and we take a closer look at DevEx.


Issue #260: Welcome to 2024! ๐Ÿฅ‚

January 2, 2024

In this issue, Aurora Serverless v2 (kinda) gets a new Data API, Lambda functions get alarmed, and containers might become the de facto Lambda packaging format.


Issue #259: Looking back at a very serverless 2023! ๐Ÿ‘€

December 19, 2023

In this issue, we share the most popular links of 2023, learn how to make better serverless third-party API calls, and even give Cognito another look.


Issue #258: Where are all the cloud-native developers? โ˜๏ธ

December 12, 2023

In this issue, AWS Lambda scales 12x faster, Ampt adds serverless Postgres powered by Neon, and we wonder where all the cloud-native developers are.


Issue #257: re:Invent. re:Cover. re:Cap. โœ…

December 5, 2023

In this issue, we're recapping re:Invent, looking at some of the interesting releases, and sharing our favorite re:Invent sessions.


Issue #256: Giving Thanks for 9 Years of AWS Lambda! ๐Ÿฆƒ

November 21, 2023

In this issue, we're just days away from AWS re:Invent, we look at more pre:Invent announcements, and everyone joins the PartyRock.


Issue #255: Fumbling with AWS ๐Ÿˆ

November 14, 2023

In this issue, AWS Lambda upgrades to Amazon Linux 2023, AWS messaging services get even better, and developers continue to fumble with AWS.


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About the Author

Jeremy is the CEO and Founder of Ampt and an AWS Serverless Hero that has a soft spot for helping people solve problems using serverless. He frequently consults with companies and developers transitioning away from the traditional โ€œserver-fullโ€ approach. You can find him ranting about serverless on Twitter, in several forums and Slack groups, hosting the Serverless Chats podcast, and at conferences around the world.

 

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