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Kodyaz Aug 9
Export List of All AWS Lambda Functions using Management Console
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Phage Directory 16h
Jimmy Trinh and colleagues found that different viral DNAs establish separate subcellular compartments within cells, which results in heterogeneous viral developments within single cells
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beSharp Aug 10
A new way to interact with data sources via and : Direct Lambda Resolvers. With Direct Lambda Resolvers VTL can be now avoided for GraphQL, meaning easier debug, more code dryness, and maintenance
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Alfred M. Szmidt Aug 10
Calling all manual owners: please send me edition, date and for what system version the manual is, plus the color of the cover. Trying to document all editions at: .
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Julian Wood Aug 10
Showcasing a new Lambda+VPC feature: Using AWS Lambda IAM condition keys for VPC settings
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Dhaval 8h
Remember the days when DevOps used to be Configuring & deploying Dockers Load balancers ec2 instances Instance scaling logic & optimizing for cost QA team to test devops In a post world i just have bunch of well written functions
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SLAppForge Aug 9
Refer to the full source code of few good use cases of and with actual examples, right here! 🔗
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beSharp Aug 10
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John Doyle Aug 3
Day 2 of done, got a solid bit of the evening dedicated to and which was fun to mess with again!
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Joey Cristina Aug 10
Just a little tweet to prove makes good on their Twitter contests! Made a sweet substitution for me too since I’m too big for the hoodies 👌
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Piyush M Agarwal Aug 10
The Rise of Full Stack Serverless at Amazon Web Services
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Suyog Karnawat Aug 10
Now you can enforce devs only create functions with specific VPC settings (or a specific Layer)
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Mark R. Hinkle Aug 4
I am so excited about this month's product updates-> "TriggerMesh Adds Integration With Amazon EventBridge"
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Julian Wood Aug 10
Using IAM to control access to internal APIs as part of "Building well-architected serverless applications":
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Andrei Maksimov 2h
“A properly governed and compliant environment allows to easily manage resources in the cloud, provide accurate usage information to employees within an organization, secure data, and AWS account properly.”
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Yan Avery Aug 10
Pitfalls: Issues With Running a Startup on -
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Julian Wood 18h
How to use Amplify CLI to easily add a GraphQL API in part 2 of "Controlling serverless API access when building well-architected serverless applications"
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Myplanet 11h
"Lambda is a good option if you want a and have files that are large but still within reasonable limits." Check it out— a how-to for processing large files with :
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James Aug 5
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Julian Wood 15h
Dive deep into understanding and decoding JWT tokens. In part 2 of "Controlling serverless API access when building well-architected serverless applications"
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