Grouping AWS Lambda functions with Dashbird Project View
Dashbird’s Project Views is an easy way to split the mass of Lambda functions. Group them per project or group them in any other way that makes sense for your business. Learn how it works in this article.
10 Ways to Protect Your Mission-Critical Database
Nowadays, data is such a critical resource that downtime can cause significant financial and reputation losses. In this article, we examine ten ways to protect your mission-critical data store.
Introducing, Dashbird’s serverless Well-Architected Insights
Dashbird’s new Well-Architected Insights feature scans your serverless infrastructure for industry best practices. It’s the antidote for chaos. Learn how it works in this article.
Building Complex Well-Architected Serverless Architectures
In this article, we’ll be rewinding back to the very beginning of the AWS Well-Architected Framework to understand how and why it came to be, and why is it of utmost importance, but very often underrated, for serverless developers to learn, understand and apply this framework of best-practices.
Bullet-Proofing Serverless Infrastructures with Failure and Threat Detection
In serverless, it’s challenging but crucial to stay on top of what’s going on in your infrastructure at all times. Adding a monitoring solution to your stack, which offers a pre-configured serverless failure detection, should be one of the first decisions.
How I Manage Credentials in Python Using AWS Secrets Manager
In this tutorial, we’re looking at the AWS Secrets Manager as a way of managing credentials in Python scripts, with an example use case.
7 Reasons Why Serverless Encourages Useful Engineering Practices
In this article, we list the seven reasons why and how serverless enables useful engineering practices.
Automatically debug and test CI/CD Pipeline with Dashbird
In 2021, continuous integration and continuous delivery, or short CI/CD, should be part of every modern software development process. In this article, we will build a CI/CD pipeline with the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) and then debug a test it with Dashbird.
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