In this issue, we get some bonus re:Invent content, find a better vantage point into our AWS accounts, and see some love for the monolith.
In this issue, we take the first step toward becoming serverless ML experts, we combat serverless FUD, and we see how to continuously improve our serverless standards.
In this issue, we look back at the most popular posts and big serverless moments from 2020.
In this issue, we get tumbling windows and checkpointing, we watch the Jamstack space start to really heat up, and we congratulate our new serverless writers.
In this issue, we attempt to muster the energy for yet another week of AWS re:Invent, we see how easy it is to run up huge cloud bills, and we share several awesome serverless reads.
In this issue, we’ve got lots of re:Invent week 1 recaps, a new twist in the serverless versus containers debate, and several new tools that’ll up your serverless game.
In this issue, we wrap up the pre:Invent announcements, put the recent AWS outage in perspective, and look for some new #serverless writers.
In this issue, we've got even more pre:Invent announcements, a solution for PostgreSQL at serverless scale, and DynamoDB gets a new SQL-like API.
In this issue, we’ve got even more pre:Invent announcements, we welcome some new heroes, and we sing happy birthday to a very influential six-year-old.
In this issue, we've got the first wave of pre:Invent announcements, we go back to school on DynamoDB, and we load up on serverless tools.
In this issue, we see support for WASM grow, we debunk some serverless myths, and ask if a serverless application is right for you.
In this issue, we get FIFO for SNS, get rid of the 200 resources limit in CloudFormation, and power up our python Lambdas.
In this issue, we get a recap of a very serverless third quarter, add resiliency with circuit breakers, and get a lesson in privacy.
In this issue, we get Lambda Extensions, a full stack serverless manifesto, and a reality check on the state of the serverless revolution.
In this issue, we get a new serverless time series database, the race for gRPC at the edge is on, and Lambda becomes child's play.
In this issue, we're advised to think serverless instead of Kubernetes, learn how to choose the right messaging system, and get a new approach to stateful serverless.
In this issue, Alexander Hamilton endorses serverless, we learn how to bypass Cloudflare's SQL injection filters, and we get automated language recognition
In this issue, we get a FastPass to Serverless Land, hear some candid serverless feedback, and we get a new Data API
In this issue, we learn the names of all 168 AWS Services (via song), chat with Holly Mesrobian about adopting serverless at AWS, and get plenty of troubleshooting advice.
In this issue, we learn how to integrate SalesForce with EventBridge, create aggregates with DynamoDB streams, and find out why opening the box is a bad idea.
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Jeremy is an AWS Serverless Hero that has a soft spot for helping people solve problems using serverless, and frequently consults with companies and developers transitioning away from the traditional “server-full” approach. You can find him ranting about serverless on Twitter, in several forums and Slack groups, the Serverless Chats podcast, and at (virtual) conferences around the world.
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