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Disaster Recovery in a Serverless World - Part 2
Apurva Jantrania

Apurva Jantrania | September 17, 2018

Disaster Recovery in a Serverless World - Part 2
This is part two of a multi-part blog series. In the previous post, we covered Disaster Recovery planning when building serverless applications. In this post, we’ll discuss the systems engineering needed for an automated solution in the AWS cloud. As I started looking into implementing Stackery’s automated backup solution, my goal was simple:...
How to Write 200 Lines of YAML in 1 Minute
Anna Spysz

Anna Spysz | September 11, 2018

How to Write 200 Lines of YAML in 1 Minute
Last month, our CTO Chase wrote about why you should stop YAML engineering. I completely agree with his thesis, though for slightly different reasons. As a new developer, I’ve grasped that it’s crucial to learn and do just what you need and nothing more - at least when you’re just getting started in your career. Now, I’m all about learning fo...
Disaster Recovery in a Serverless World - Part 1
Nuatu Tseggai

Nuatu Tseggai | July 12, 2018

Disaster Recovery in a Serverless World - Part 1
This is part one of a multi-part blog series. In this post we’ll discuss Disaster Recovery planning when building serverless applications. In future posts we’ll highlight Disaster Recovery exercises and the engineering preparation necessary for success. ‘Eat Your Own Dog Food’ Nearly the entire mix of Stackery backend microservices run on AWS...
Self Healing Serverless Applications - Part 3
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | July 04, 2018

Self Healing Serverless Applications - Part 3
This blog post is based on a presentation I gave at Glue Conference 2018. The original slides: Self-Healing Serverless Applications – GlueCon 2018. View the rest here. Parts: 1, 2, 3 This is part three of a three-part blog series. In the first post we covered some of the common failure scenarios you may face when building serverless applicati...
Self Healing Serverless Applications - Part 2
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | June 18, 2018

Self Healing Serverless Applications - Part 2
This blog post is based on a presentation I gave at Glue Conference 2018. The original slides: Self-Healing Serverless Applications – GlueCon 2018. View the rest here. Parts: 1, 2, 3 This is part two of a three-part blog series. In the last post we covered some of the common failure scenarios you may face when building serverless applications...
Self Healing Serverless Applications - Part 1
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | June 07, 2018

Self Healing Serverless Applications - Part 1
This blog post is based on a presentation I gave at Glue Conference 2018. The original slides: Self-Healing Serverless Applications – GlueCon 2018. View the rest here. Parts: 1, 2, 3 This is part one of a multi-part blog series. In this post we’ll discuss some of the common failure scenarios you may face when building serverless applications....
Five Steps to a Successful Product Launch
Susan Little

Susan Little | May 08, 2018

Five Steps to a Successful Product Launch
Many organizations are discovering how serverless technology enables the creation of new features or applications in a matter of hours and days instead of weeks or months. With this accelerated development timeframe value can be delivered to customers faster. So, how do you ensure you’re introducing the most innovative products that truly me...
To Do Serverless Right, You Need A New IAM Approach
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | April 12, 2018

To Do Serverless Right, You Need A New IAM Approach
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is an important tool for cloud infrastructure and user management. It governs access control for both cloud services and users, and can incorporate features around auditing, authentication policies, and governance. Use of IAM involves a multiple-step process of creating roles and permissions and then assigni...

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