Previous Issues


Issue #284: The Cost of Serverless ๐Ÿ’ฐ

June 18, 2024

In this issue, S3 detects malware, Serverless Framework V4 goes GA, and linear scaling serverless strikes again.


Issue #283: The Limit Does Not Exist โฑ๏ธ

June 11, 2024

In this issue, API Gateway increases its timeout, CloudWatch welcomes AI, and Amazon OpenSearch Serverless gets a price cut.


Issue #282: The Future of Serverless Advocacy ๐Ÿ”ฎ

June 4, 2024

In this issue, Bedrock gets a new Converse API, AppSync goes async, and we reach the end of an era for serverless advocacy.


Issue #281: Serverless Vector โ†—

May 28, 2024

In this issue, CloudFormation gets easier to troubleshoot, Pinecone launches its serverless vector database, and SES gets its own Mail Manager.


Issue #280: The Elasticsearch Serverless we've been waiting for? ๐Ÿค”

May 21, 2024

In this issue, we get a new Elasticsearch Serverless option, Vercel gets a boost, and Scarlett Johansson snubs OpenAI.


Issue #279: Amazon S3 will no longer charge for several HTTP error codes โŒ

May 14, 2024

In this issue, AWS announces a new leader, S3 fixes a major billing issue, and OpenAI releases the first version of "Her".


Issue #278: AWS has a Q about DevEx ๐Ÿง‘โ€๐Ÿ’ป

May 7, 2024

In this issue, AWS levels up on the AI leaderboard, DynamoDB lets you limit throughput, and a new book helps you make Rusty Lambda Functions.


Issue #277: IBM is Terraforming the Cloud ๐ŸŒฉ๏ธ

April 30, 2024

In this issue, IBM tries to become cloud relevant again, Amazon Bedrock keeps adding features, and there's a new Serverless Handbook.


Issue #276: Amazon Bedrock Means Business ๐Ÿชจ

April 23, 2024

In this issue, Amazon Bedrock continues to rollout some impressive updates, Powertools gets a parser, and Vercel rolls back Edge rendering.


Issue #275: The Battle for Serverless Postgres Supremacy ๐Ÿ†

April 16, 2024

In this issue, Neon and Supabase both go GA, Bedrock goes Down Under, and CloudFront adds better support for Lambda fUrls.


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.


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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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