Previous Issues


Issue #7: Livin' in the (serverless) future 🤖

October 16, 2018

Issue #7 of Off-by-none looks at why 15 minute Lambdas are important to the future and why the business case for serverless is one of its greatest strengths.


Issue #6: The future (of serverless) is so bright, I gotta wear shades 😎

October 9, 2018

Issue #6 of Off-by-none looks at the future of serverless, the power of the serverless community, and how we can work together to bring it to the masses


Issue #5: It's nobody's fault but mine

October 2, 2018

Issue #5 of Off-by-none continues to build on our understanding of serverless microservices and looks ahead to handling errors in distributed systems.


Issue #4: All I see is choreography and I'll never be a dancer

September 25, 2018

Issue #4 of Off-by-none dives deeper into building complex serverless apps by looking at how common microservice patterns can be adapted for serverless.


Issue #3: They say that breaking up (an app) is hard to do

September 18, 2018

Issue #3 of Off-by-none focuses on building complex serverless applications and what we need to start thinking about to coordinate communication between microservices.


Issue #2: Serverless Security, yeah, that's all I want from you

September 11, 2018

Issue #2 of Off-by-none focuses on serverless security and how we can use cloud provider tools, simple strategies, and other vendor tools to mitigate risks.


Issue #1: The awaiting is the hardest part

September 4, 2018

The first issue of Off-by-none is here! This week we tackle scaling MySQL with serverless, see what happens when posts go viral, and share some great serverless reads.


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About the Author

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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