Storage on Serverless ☁️ - Issue #7
We are celebrating the announcement about AWS Lambda functions supporting Ephemeral storage of upto 10 GB. This month of March popularly know for the storage or in other words Pi Day filled month, we are looking into other great additions to the storage in the Serverless world!
If you were having trouble with sharing events for your AWS Lambda functions with fellow IAM users, now AWS Lambda function have made it easier for you with the sharable events.
The Amplify Geo category is expanding and has announced the new @mapsTo directive to iterate on GraphQL APIs without manual data migrations.
AWS Lambda functions now supports ephemeral storage of upto 10 GB which helps data intensive workloads powered with AWS Lambda.
Now Amazon EventBridge Schema Registry extends support to Go language for generating code bindings of the events and schemas.
Roger Chi talks about three serverless, lambda-less API patterns using the AWS CDK in his blog post. And in another blog post - One weird trick for sampling EventBridge events, he writes about how to create an EventBridge rule that samples a percentage (say, 1%) of events to send to destinations such as development accounts, testing environments.
Eoin Shanaghy and Luciano Mammino shares about Amazon EventBridge and the possibilities it holds.
George Offley shares his knowledge about how he overcame the issue of DynamoDB marshalled/unmarshalled JSON responses with Boto3 Python based AWS SDK.
Chirag Rathod in his YouTube video, explains how we can now create sharable events on AWS Lambda functions.
Antonio Lagrotteria, in his third and last article of my mini-series about a complete monorepo microfrontends architecture on aws, showing how lerna and module federation can be used to accomplish it.
Joris Conijn writes about how we can use Git client from AWS Lambda functions.
Shaun Ganley in his blog post explains about the the first look at Serverless.
In the YouTube video, Rekku Chinnarathod breaks down large processing with AWS Lambda functions and AWS Step Functions.
Allan Chua writes about Ephemeral storage with AWS Lambda functions. Luc van Donkersgoed shares how ephemeral storage on AWS Lambda functions has helps complex ML workload with better performance in his blog post.
Chibuike Nwachukwu tells us how we can use Serverless framework to work with SNS and SES by publishing events to them.
Elias Brange has created a complete guide on how to build an Asynchronous Serverless Task API with Lambda, API Gateway, DynamoDB
Lee James Gilmore writes about Serverless streamed events.
What to expect from Serverless tools?
Michael Brewer has created a cli tool "aws-lambda-publish-shared-event 0.14.0" which generate and publish lambda test events to the aws console.
If you are new to Serverless, Serverless Rules can help you validate your IaC template with the best practices.
Mark your calendars
David Boyne, Luc van Donkersgoed and Sheen Brisals are talking about Amazon EventBridge Deep Dive in an online meetup hosted by AWS User Group South Wales on March 31st.
Serverless Guru is hosting an Serverless Panel: The Future of IaC, ROI of Serverless, & More! with Ryan Jones, Gary Jennings, Jeremy Daly, Emrah Samdan, Brian LeRoux and Thorsten Höger on March 31st.
AWS Summit in Brussels is happening in-person on March 30th and 31st. Here with the registration link.
Word from the author
I, Jones Zachariah Noel aka zachjonesnoel is grateful for the positive response I'm getting with the newsletter and would like to extend congratulations to the new AWS Heros.
Also, would like to share about my latest blog post about AWS Lambda function's sharable events.
I'm happy to share that Jeremy in his newsletter Off-By-None has recognised me as Serverless Star of the week based on my contributions to the AWS Community.
That's it for the month of March and lots of new and exciting things coming up in April! Until then, happy building with AWS Serverless.