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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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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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6 AWS Lambda Cost Optimization Strategies That Work

From caching Lambda responses to building smaller functions to choosing the right memory configs. In this article, we’re exploring six specific steps you can take to optimize your AWS Lambda costs.

How we built a serverless “Stonks” checker API for Wall Street Bets

We built a serverless Hot Stock Checker API that keeps track of trending stocks on Wall Street Bets on Reddit so that you’ll never miss out on the next GME situation. This is how we deployed, tested and monitored the app.

Dashbird becomes Gartner Cool Vendor 2021!

We’re officially cool! Dashbird is extremely proud to be named as a Cool Vendor by Gartner in Monitoring, Observability, and Cloud Operations in their 28 April report on “Cool Vendors in Monitoring, Observability and Cloud Operations”.

Migrating to Serverless and making it work post-transition

In this article, we’ll be taking you through the steps and what to bear in mind in each stage of migrating to serverless – from preparation to migration and post-transition.

What Are AWS Lambda Triggers?

Find out everything you need to know about AWS Lambda triggers, from Dynamo DB integration to how to trigger a Lambda, in this simple introduction.

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