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Microsoft Build 2017
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | May 12, 2017

Microsoft Build 2017

Microsoft is a key partner for us. They are a cloud service provider that we aim to support soon, but they are important far beyond being another infrastructure provi...
Introducing .NET Support
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | May 11, 2017

Introducing .NET Support

I’m super excited to announce our .NET support! We heard from many .NET shops that want to use serverless tech but were hesitant to do so because of a lack of mature ...
Serving Binary Files Using Serverless APIs
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | April 04, 2017

Serving Binary Files Using Serverless APIs

One of the challenges of building a serverless API is handling binary data. The main serverless API platforms, like AWS API Gateway, only have ancillary support for b...
Serverless is Awesome For APIs
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | March 22, 2017

Serverless is Awesome For APIs

The biggest usage of serverless technologies today is around event-driven workflows in the backend of a system. Examples include receiving an event from an S3 bucket ...
Serverless Use Cases
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | March 15, 2017

Serverless Use Cases

Serverless is the hot new technology. Everyone raves about it, and many have seen dramatic benefits from using it. Engineering overhead goes down, costs go down, fun ...
Managed Services: The No-Ops We've Been Looking For?
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | March 13, 2017

Managed Services: The No-Ops We've Been Looking For?

I’ve been hearing increasing chatter about an (arguably still mythical) trend towards NoOps. From my perspective, NoOps is the idealization that infrastructure can be...
Error Handling In a Serverless World
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | March 10, 2017

Error Handling In a Serverless World

Error handling is tricky. The easiest thing you can do with an error, and some argue the best thing to do, is to let the error do its thing and take your application ...
Introducing S3 Bucket Support
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | March 07, 2017

Introducing S3 Bucket Support

Stackery now supports Object Stores! On Amazon AWS, Object Stores map to S3 buckets. Support for Object Stores was the most frequently requested feature for Stackery,...

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