Finally a clear step by step introduction to Serverless projects.
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Serverless Architectures on AWS, Second Edition teaches you how to design, secure, and manage serverless backend APIs for web and mobile applications on the AWS platform. You'll get going quickly with this book's relevant real-world examples, code listings, diagrams, and clearly-described architectures that you can readily apply to your own work. You’ll master serverless systems using AWS Lambda and the myriad of other services on the AWS platform.
This new edition has been fully updated to reflect the newest serverless design best practices and changes to AWS, including covering DynamoDB, Cognito, Google Firestore, AWS Elementals MediaConvert, Step Functions, and much more. There are also three new chapters dedicated to black belt tricks for Lambda, using patterns, and even DevOps for serverless applications.
Peter Sbarski is VP of Engineering at A Cloud Guru and the head organizer of Serverlessconf, the world’s first conference dedicated entirely to serverless architectures and technologies. Throughout his extensive IT career, Peter has led teams across large enterprise solutions with a focus on web and AWS cloud technologies.
Ajay Nair is a Principal Technical Product Manager at Amazon. Ajay is one of the founding members of the AWS Lambda team, and he continues to work closely with customers and partners to define the product roadmap and strategy for AWS Lambda and the overall serverless portfolio for AWS.
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An excellent introduction to an important emerging technology featuring a very compelling and engaging set of examples.
Excellent book to understand the concept of serverless architetures using AWS.
Provides a sold foundation for understanding the intricacies of developing and deploying to AWS.