Tagged: AWS

How You Can Reduce Costs on AWS Lambda

As a Serverless computing service, Lambda already saves hundreds of thousands of dollars for many companies out there. While traditional server-based infrastructures usually lead to overprovisioning and waste, the Serverless pay-per-use model enables cost-effective cloud spending....

Destination Heroku: Changing My Tech Stack

In the “Moving Away From AWS and Onto Heroku” article, I provided an introduction of the application I wanted to migrate from Amazon’s popular AWS solution to Heroku. While AWS is certainly meeting the...

What Is Amazon Web Services?

Have you ever stayed at a hotel chain like Hyatt or Hilton, or at an Airbnb? Have you flown on a United plane or taken a ride in a Lyft? […] Read more

Using AWS API Gateway as a Load Balancer

TL;DR: yes, API Gateway can replace what a Load Balancer would usually provide, with a simpler interface and many more features on top of it. The downside is that it doesn’t come cheap. Read...

4 Ways to Use the Cloud During this Crisis Period

Businesses around the world have been forced to scramble a response to the current worldwide pandemic. Boardrooms have become (virtual) war rooms as organizations hunker down and try and devise strategies that will enable them to prosper...

Here’s How I Moved From AWS To Heroku

In the fall of 2018, I decided it was time to put my application design and development knowledge to use in order to provide a modernized solution for my mother-in-law’s small business. Read the...

Unit Test AWS Lambda in Go

When I started working in Go and AWS Lambda, one of the difficulties that I faced was unit testing. I had a decent idea about what is unit testing and knew how to do...

Getting Started The Right Way With AWS

If you are getting introduced to cloud computing, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the foremost and most popular platforms you can use. This platform provides all the items required to learn and...

6 Cloud Predictions for the Near Future

Looking forward to the new decade, it would be tempting to speculate where the cloud industry could be heading. With tech developments in the cloud shop, by 2022, sectors like AI-Web, IoT, Blockchain, Space...