Cognito is back in the game? #46
Cognito and CloudWatch Alarms pushes long pending things
In the previous issue, we echoed the post re:Invent surprises and about scalablity of Lambda with better concurrency metrics and can also scale up 12x faster - Issue #45.
In this issue, let’s take a moment and reflect on 2023 and also surprised by the new update from Cognito and CloudWatch enabling Lambda triggers for alarm state change, wow! It’s like the Santa came home late.
📢 What's new in AWS Serverless
🚀 AWSome content to learn from
Joris Conijn explains how to use GoLang in Serverless projects using different constructs and also guides the way to manage dependencies with multi-module workspace.
Learn about avoiding data overwrites in DynamoDB by Ali Haydar which sheds light on the PutItem operation and the risk with it and also how the conditional expression comes into play.
Lee Priest in continuation of the Energy Drink episodes series, part 4 calls on the return of the Lambda Functions that focuses on how you can create a Lambda function with CDK and CDK constructs.
Ayman Aly Mahmoud’s Unleashing the Power of Serverless: A Journey into Event-Driven Architectures with AWS explains how the synchronous and asynchronous world in Serverless operates.
Marcia Villalba in her latest video explains HTTP endpoints invocation via Step Functions which was recently launched where you can directly invoke an HTTP endpoint from Step Functions using EventBridge connections.
Benjamen Pyle has already taken a dig into customizing the Cognito access token with Rust guides you into the design aspect and building the Lambda with Rust as there is an advantage as performance is not compromised.
⚒️ What's happening with AWS Serverless tools
Luc van Donkersgoed has published AWS News Feed.
Allan Chua has published Sana for analysing your AWS account.
🗓️ Mark your calendars
ServerlessDays are happening -
ServerlessDays ANZ 2023 is happening in Sydney, AU (May 21st, 2024) and Auckland, NZ (May 24th, 2024).
AWS Community Days happening -
👨💻 Word from the author
It’s time to wrap up for the year - I did migrate the blog to https://blog.theserverlessterminal.com via Hashnode which has crossed over 150k views both on Hashnode and Dev.To. In 2022, when I started the newsletter initiative, I hosted it on Revue which reached a sunset point in 2022 end and with the new name and address The Serverless Terminal began it’s course on Substack with 23 issues (this issue is 24th) with over 646 subscribers and over 27k views sharing over 500 Serverless content. Thank you to all of you for the love and support! Check out the Tweet.
Wish you all a Happy New Year 2024 and look forward to an year enriching Serverless.
Until next time, happy building on Serverless!
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