Serverless technology can unlock new capabilities for your integrations. It’s no surprise that the serverless cloud is being adopted across industries because it helps businesses stay flexible, agile, scalable, and operate at low cost. However, a serverless implementation has a hidden key to making it successful: serverless DevOps.If you are one of the countless organizations adopting serverless technology, you need to be able to plan, govern, and deploy your serverless footprint using serverless DevOps processes.
In this webinar, we will describe the difference between traditional DevOps and serverless DevOps, discuss why serverless + serverless DevOps is a perfect recipe for success, and provide you with a serverless DevOps plan for making your serverless implementation scalable and successful.
As we kick off the Boomi meetup group, we want to get to know all the Boomi lovers!
During this networking meet and greet, we will go around the "virtual" room and discuss:
We are looking forward to learning and connecting with all of you!
Visibility into any system is a key component of creating a supportable platform. Without proper logging, support can be costly and inefficient. With the emergence of APIs, microservices, and distributed, decoupled architectures, logging becomes even more important because there are more components that make up a system than ever before. This is beneficial from the standpoint of creating reliable systems, but logging frameworks need to adapt to this architecture because the premise of logging remains the same as it always has: log clear messages that are easy to read with the goal of enhancing visibility into a system.
In this Meetup brought to you by Big Compass and AWS, we will explore techniques of logging from the typical iPaas or always-on managed system like a custom application on an EC2, and we will balance that with a discussion on logging from serverless microservices such as AWS Lambda also. We’ll walk through a real system we have created using AWS serverless services and discuss how a logging framework can be created using AWS serverless services to enhance the visibility and supportability of the system, and how you can extend these logs with automations triggered based on logged messages.