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Serverless Health Status Dashboard
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | February 08, 2018

Serverless Health Status Dashboard

Stackery’s Operations Console is the place DevOps teams go to manage their serverless infrastructure and applications. This week we’re announcing the general availabi...
Tracing Serverless Applications with AWS X-Ray
Apurva Jantrania

Apurva Jantrania | February 01, 2018

Tracing Serverless Applications with AWS X-Ray

Debugging serverless applications can be very hard. Often, the traditional tools and methodologies that are commonly used in monolithic applications don’t work (easil...
Improved Git Management
Anna Yovandich

Anna Yovandich | January 25, 2018

Improved Git Management

This week we’re releasing a Git integration feature that introduces a significant improvement to editing and remote collaboration. Our goal was to mitigate conflicts...
Building a Reddit Bot with Stackery
Stephanie Baum

Stephanie Baum | January 18, 2018

Building a Reddit Bot with Stackery

I’ve always wanted to build a Reddit bot, however, I didn’t want to go through the hassel of actually setting up cloud based hosting for it to run on. One of the most...
The Economics of Serverless for IoT
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | January 11, 2018

The Economics of Serverless for IoT

It’s no surprise that the rise of connected devices and the Internet of Things is coinciding with the movement toward Functions-as-a-Service and serverless computing...
How Does Docker Fit In A Serverless World?
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | January 04, 2018

How Does Docker Fit In A Serverless World?

The debut of AWS Lambda in 2014 spawned a debate: serverless vs Docker. There have been countless articles comparing cost efficiency, performance, constraints, and v...
AWS Lambda Cost Optimization
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | December 22, 2017

AWS Lambda Cost Optimization

Serverless application architectures put a heavy emphasis on pay-per-use billing models. In this post I’ll look at the characteristics of pay-per-use vs. other bil...
There is No Serverless
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | December 14, 2017

There is No Serverless "Lock In"

If you’ve spent any time researching serverless infrastructure like AWS Lambda and Azure Functions, you’ve probably heard about serverless lock in. The argument goes...

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