Event-driven programming is currently the default paradigm in software development and it’s driven by the popularity of GUI applications. Read more!
Using event-driven distributed systems has countless business benefits but easy observability isn’t one of them. The more functions you have, the more complicated things get. Fortunately there is a solution for this – Dashbird!
If you’re like me, a sucker for event-driven programming, you’ll want to continue reading. Today we’ll take a look at triggering AWS Lambda functions from AWS SNS messages.
Slightly bigger companies are notorious for moving slowly when it comes to the adoption of new cutting-edge technologies, but here’s a case for why they should make the switch to serverless asap!
You get observability in your application by knitting together monitoring with alerting while having a clear debugging solution that provides clarity for your data
We want the best of both worlds. The SEO boost server-side rendering provides, and the speed of a Single Page Application. All this while hosted basically for free in a serverless environment on AWS Lambda.
Serverless isn’t magic. Containers need to be shut down in order for new ones to spin up.
Here are just a few reason why serverless is a great option for you
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Dashbird helped us refine the size of our Lambdas, resulting in significantly reduced costs. We have Dashbird alert us in seconds via email when any of our functions behaves abnormally. Their app immediately makes the cause and severity of errors obvious.