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Why Serverless
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | January 14, 2019

Why Serverless
It’s a new decade and we’re moving on a number of exciting initiatives at Stackery, but I continue to be humbled by the opportunities, serverless users/enthusiasts, and audiences who are interested in hearing my story! Q1 is off to a busy start for me. I have a number of international talks planned and I have been working hard to continue to le...
The Journey to Serverless: How Did We Get Here? [Infographic]
Gracie Gregory

Gracie Gregory | January 08, 2019

The Journey to Serverless: How Did We Get Here? [Infographic]
It’s the beginning of a new year and when it comes to computing, going serverless is the resolution of many engineering teams. At Stackery, this excites us because we know how significant the positive impacts of serverless are and will be. So much, in fact, that we’re already thinking about its applications for next year and beyond. But while...
PHP on Lambda? Layers Makes it Possible!
Nuatu Tseggai

Nuatu Tseggai | November 29, 2018

PHP on Lambda? Layers Makes it Possible!
AWS’s announcement of Lambda Layers means big things for those of us using serverless in production. The creation of set components that can be included with any number of Lambdas means you no longer have to zip up your application code and all its dependencies each time you deploy a serverless stack. This allows you to include dependencies th...
How Benefit Cosmetics Uses Serverless
Guest Author - Jason Collingwood

Guest Author - Jason Collingwood | November 21, 2018

How Benefit Cosmetics Uses Serverless
Founded by twin sisters in San Francisco well before the city became the focal point of tech, Benefit has been a refreshing and innovative answer to cosmetics customers for over 40 years. The company is a major player in this competitive industry, with a presence at over 2,000 counters in more than 30 countries and online. In recent years, Ben...
Five Ways Serverless Changes DevOps
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | October 31, 2018

Five Ways Serverless Changes DevOps
I spent last week at DevOps Enterprise Summit in Las Vegas where I had the opportunity to talk with many people from the world’s largest companies about DevOps, serverless, and the ways they are delivering software faster with better stability. We were encouraged to hear of teams using serverless from cron jobs to core bets on accelerating dig...
Disaster Recovery in a Serverless World - Part 3
Nuatu Tseggai

Nuatu Tseggai | October 18, 2018

Disaster Recovery in a Serverless World - Part 3
This is part three of a multi-part blog series. In the first post we covered Disaster Recovery planning when building serverless applications and in the second post we covered the systems engineering needed for an automated solution in the AWS cloud. In this post, we’ll discuss the end-to-end Disaster Recovery exercise we performed to validate...
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...

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