We help companies succeed with serverless

Dashbird is a serverless monitoring and intelligence platform designed to give organisations the confidence to build and operate complex applications on AWS environment.

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Our story

We are serverless developers first and foremost

Dashbird was born out of our own experiences and the complexities we found when first working with serverless in its early days. By migrating huge stacks to the cloud for the likes of Microsoft, Disney and Salesforce in the early days of serverless technology, we learnt a lot!


Our first-hand lessons taught us the power of observability, continuous checks and maintaining uncluttered, cost-effective applications for high performance and efficient operations. We created Dashbird’s serverless observability platform out of our own need, learnings and mistakes, and our aim is to help you avoid these unnecessary complexities and navigate serverless issues seamlessly.


Our past and present are deeply rooted in building at-scale applications in the cloud, we speak the same language and experience similar issues as you. Serverless (r)evolution is at the very centre of our business and as technology and needs change, our platform and teams adapt.


We are on a mission to accelerate serverless adoption by equipping companies with tools to monitor, debug and optimise their serverless applications. Dashbird is a globally distributed team of software enthusiasts dedicated to building serverless applications.

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Dashbird app launches new version

The new Dashbird app is bringing your data together for a faster, more secure, and smoother observability experience with team collaboration in mind.

AWS updates for serverless builders in 2021

In this article, we’re covering all AWS updates since and including re:Invent 2020 that all serverless builders should be aware of.

The Ultimate Guide to AWS Step Functions

The use of serverless computing has become a must nowadays, and some of you may already know a thing or two about Amazon Web Services like Lambda Functions, Step Functions, and other services AWS provides. However, if this is the first time you hear about them – fantastic!

Is Real-Time Processing Worth It For Your Analytical Use Cases?

Real-time technologies are powerful but they add significant complexity to your data architecture. In this article, we’ll look at several options to reap the benefits of a real-time paradigm with the least amount of architectural changes and maintenance effort.

Introduction to NoSQL

NoSQL is built for high performance and availability. Let’s learn about why it was created and how it differs from SQL. And no, it doesn’t stand for “No SQL”.

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