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Does Serverless save you cost or increase your spending?

What does The Prime Video "microservices to monolith" story tells us!

Somebody wrote:
“Even Amazon can’t make sense of serverless”

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#Monolith #architecture #Serverless #PrimeVideo PS:
The difference between serverless and microservices -

#Serverless and microservices are both modern approaches to software development and deployment, but they have some key differences. PS: https://www.techmagic.c...
Microservices are a way of building and deploying applications as small, independently deployable services that communicate with each other. They can be deployed on traditional servers or in containers.
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🧵Spent an hour this week with a squad building new #Serverless API on #AWS.
My main advises were-
- Break-down the #domain & think of set-piece #microservices
- Identify sync & async parts
- Think #events & event-driven
- Do event storming & develop event-driven thinking
- Identify core & support #microservices
- Perform data modelling for each microservice - queries, indexes...
- Follow #API guidelines
- Remember you're building an intelligent service. Not a proxy to 3rd party
- Make your service's contract with its clients as simple & easy
- Don't build a #monolith microservice
- #Observability - structure logs, metrics, monitoring
- API usage plan for each client & monitor
- Native #serverless service integration
- Reach out to experts for help

They're on separate #AWS a/c, repo, #CDK & #typescript. Happy😀👍
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I took a drive down the 22 yesterday to check out a #monolith that popped up in the Crowsnest Pass area! Went to investigate, left realizing the @UCPCaucus is likely involved, in a bad way, as usual

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#FiretheUCP #ableg #WaterNotCoal #Alberta
If you haven't driven down the 22, it is gorgeous - rolling foothills, streams cutting through picturesque ranch land, and a rugged mountain landscape background. Near Maycroft provincial park, right near the Crowsnest pass is where this thing stands, approx. 12 feet tall.
It sounds like the Tin Man from Oz when you knock on it and looks to be made of shiny sheet metal. Seems to be mounted firmly into the ground, with no visible supports
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