In this isssue we get some dissenting opinions on serverless while at the same time getting a bunch of awesome new tools to make it even better.
This week, we celebrate our 100th issue of Off-by-none! Plus we share some ways I hope to improve your newsletter experience.
In this issue, we get a Q2 serverless recap, someone realizes that NAT Gateways are expensive, and we learn how to model our apps for simpler evolutions.
In this issue, we get more CDK patterns to explore, yet another reason to look at BigQuery, and some updated serverless best practices.
In this issue, we announce a new way to explore serverless architectures, learn how to debug and load test our apps, and get "connection pools" from Lambda.
In this issue, we learn how serverless applications can be truly vendor neutral, see how EFS finally makes serverless ML a reality, and get a master class in building serverless apps.
In this issue we see how EFS integration makes serverless even better, we get a lesson in why serverless is for everyone, and take a look at the internals of DynamoDB.
In this issue, we find out why now is the time to go serverless, learn how to build our own Chaos Monkey, and celebrate a year of Serverless Chats. Plus, plenty of community content!
In this issue, we get a new headless (and serverless) CMS, we learn why LAMP is nixing Linux and Apache, and ask the age old question, "Do you really need Kubernetes?"
In this issue, we meet some new serverless heroes, Step Functions get more attention, and GCP jumps on the Java train. Plus, we have lots of great posts from the serverless community.
In this issue, we see how a post about "typical" serverless architecture sparked some strong opinions on both sides of the serverless complexity debate.
In this issue, we see what a typical serverless architecture looks like, learn how to #SingleTable with AppSync, and take a quick trip to Deno Land. Plus community content!
In this issue, we take a crash course on serverless monitoring, learn about serverless developer culture, and share some great content from the community.
In this issue, we explore the super powers of API Gateway, talk about microservice sizes, and get a new song about S3 stuck in our heads. Plus, plenty of amazing serverless content.
In this issue, we have a bunch of releases from AWS, some really great EventBridge posts, and a debate by the InfoQ editors about where serverless is in the technology adoption lifecycle.
In this issue, we have an unusually high number of AppSync posts, some good serverless fundraising news, and plenty of amazing posts from the serverless community.
In this issue, Fargate gets an overhaul, we do some EventBridge storming, we learn some rules for DynamoDB modeling, and we've got plenty of great posts from the community.
In this issue, we've got new books to share, a new YouTube channel for serverless fanatics, and plenty of awesome posts from the serverless community.
In this issue, we've got a comprehensive collection of serverless patterns, a new survey on technical debt, and a bunch of amazing posts from the serverless community.
In this issue, we've got new virtual conferences, re:Invent 2020 wishlists, and several serverless podcasts to fill your ears. Plus a ton of great content from the serverless community.
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Jeremy is the GM of Serverless Cloud at Serverless, Inc. 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 “server-full” approach. You can find him ranting about serverless on Twitter, in several forums and Slack groups, hosting the Serverless Chats podcast, and at (virtual) conferences around the world.
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