In Part 1 of the series, we used the Serverless Framework to describe a full stack serverless application consisting of a JS single-page-app, NodeJS serverless function and NoSQL backend datastore. In this post, we’ll walk through the creation of a continuous integration and delivery pipeline using AWS Developer tooling
Serverless application frameworks provide an opinionated, repeatable and automated approach to build, deploy and run serverless applications. In this post, we will walk through automating the delivery of a full stack serverless application on AWS using the Serverless Framework.
In this post we explore how to test AWS services on our local machine without connecting to AWS.
Our team wanted to validate the Application Load Balancers (ALBs) in our environment after a deployment – the problem was they were lost amongst all the other ones in there. They were tagged, but we couldn’t work out how to find them – until we saw the Resource Tagging API.