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Lee James Gilmore
AWS Certified Solutions Architect / Principal Developer / Serverless Evangelist πŸš€ (views are my own)
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This section in the series on Enterprise Serverless specifically covers some of the security aspects and tooling when it comes to serverless applications from my own perspective. You can read the ideas behind the series by clicking on the β€˜Series Introduction’ link below.

The series is split over the following sections:

Security

Below are some of the key areas that spring to mind personally based on previous large cloud projects, but not limited to this list (i’ll add further sections…


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This section in the series on Enterprise Serverless specifically covers some of the limits and limitations that you are bound to hit when working on large scale serverless projects, and how to solve or work around them. It’s a list that I will continue to update as things come to mind. You can read the ideas behind the series by clicking on the β€˜Series Introduction’ link below.

The series is split over the following sections:

AWS Limits and Limitations

The following are some…


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This section in the series on Enterprise Serverless specifically covers some hints and tips based off working on large scale serverless projects. You can read the ideas behind the series by clicking on the β€˜Series Introduction’ link below.

The series is split over the following sections:

Hints & Tips

YAML vs JSON

When working with the Serverless Framework you have the option of using JSON or YAML when defining your resources, both of which are fairly limited when you need to perform some ultra bespoke…


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This section in the series on Enterprise Serverless specifically covers some of the high level architecture and design aspects when it comes to large serverless applications. You can read the ideas behind the series by clicking on the β€˜Series Introduction’ link below.

The series is split over the following sections:

Architecture

Thinking serverless

At the start of any new serverless project it is key that the full team β€˜thinks serverless’ in my opinion β€” which can be a very different World to…


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This is the first section of the series on Enterprise Serverless; specifically covering tooling. You can read the ideas behind the series by clicking on the β€˜Series Introduction’ link below.

The series is split over the following sections:

Tooling πŸ€–

When architecting or developing in the serverless World there are various things to consider when starting out on a new project. …


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Having primarily worked in the serverless space on many large scale enterprise cloud projects since the inception of lambda, it got me thinking:

β€œWhat are the hints, tips and lessons learned I could pass onto other software engineers, teams and architects?”

Below is a list of the common pitfalls, lessons learned, things to consider, and useful nuggets of information based on architecting and managing developers over various large scale projects over recent years, which I hope technical leads, lead software developers and architects may find useful.

The posts are for the most part very opinionated AWS/Node.JS/JavaScript/React heavy, but most of…


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This section in the series on Enterprise Serverless specifically covers useful resources for technical architects and lead software engineers working with Serverless. You can read the ideas behind the series by clicking on the β€˜Series Introduction’ link below.

The series is split over the following sections:

Useful Resources

When working with serverless projects and having the accountability to make technical decisions it is imperative that you continue to learn and make decisions based on the most up to date knowledge and…

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