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What is the ideal retention period for application logs

A list of criteria to take into consideration when setting up your log retention policies

When Dedicated DevOps is Not Available

How small development teams can compete with big players, even when a dedicated DevOps specialist is not available

Dashbird vs. AWS CloudWatch

Understand the limitations of AWS CloudWatch and how a more advanced tool can boost productivity and improve quality

What Vending-Machines Have to Do With Your Microservices Architecture

Orchestrating and composing multiple services in a distributed architecture is not easy. It turns out that vending-machines have already solved this issue.

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.

AWS re:Invent 2019 – API Gateway HTTP Proxy

API Gateway is a serverless service by AWS to expose cloud services through private or public HTTPs endpoints.

AWS re:Invent 2019 – Serverless Announcements Recap

All re:Invent 2019 serverless announcements you absolutely need to be aware of

Why Cassandra Serverless Is a Game-Changer

Understand the power of having a serverless verion of Cassandra managed by AWS

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