Issue #18 of Off-by-none looks back at 2018, outlines what's in store for Off-by-none in 2019, and shares some great articles from the serverless community.
Issue #17 of Off-by-none looks at API Gateway support for WebSockets, I try to convince you to stop calling everything serverless, and a whole lot more.
Off-by-none #16 discusses optimizations and examines what "serverless" actually means. Plus we have product announcements and more stuff from re:Invent.
Issue #15 of Off-by-none digs deeper into Lambda Layers and custom runtimes. Plus more talks from re:Invent and plenty of other serverless insights for you.
Issue #14 of Off-by-none recaps re:Invent, takes a look at some of the amazing sessions and speakers, and reviews a multitude of AWS product announcements.
Issue #13 of Off-by-none rethinks serverless+RDBMS and responds to some common serverless objections, plus we look at new AWS product launches from re:Invent.
Issue #12 of Off-by-none dives deep into microservices and AWS Step Functions, plus we look at the benefits of using serverless for your startup and much more.
Issue #11 of Off-by-none explores serverless for beginners, looks at some recent innovations, and provides technical resources if you want to level up.
Issue #10 of Off-by-none is all about serverless adoption! We take lessons from ServerlessNYC, offer up some resources, and challenge serverless advocates.
Issue #9 of Off-by-none is live from ServerlessDays NYC! We also look at some new observability tools, revel in serverless adoption, and have a JS Party.
Issue #8 of Off-by-none looks at how serverless changes DevOps and how teams must adapt. We'll also debunk #NoOps, and see why Ops people are still necessary.
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 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 of Off-by-none continues to build on our understanding of serverless microservices and looks ahead to handling errors in distributed systems.
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 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 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.
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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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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