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Here is what you will Learn from Running Serverless Applications with AWS Lambda

  1. Serverless in Five Minutes
  2. The Serverless Pricing Model
  3. How Request Pricing Affects Deployment Architecture
  4. How Request Pricing Affects Security
  5. How Request Pricing Affects Product Decisions
  6. Important AWS Lambda Technical Constraints
  7. When to Use Lambda
  8. Interesting Experiments
  9. Setup Tools for Local Development
  10. Setting Up the Prerequisites
  11. Installing JavaScript and SAM CLI
  12. Configuring Access Credentials
  13. Running AWS Services with Restricted User Accounts
  14. Interesting Experiments
  15. Creating a Web Service
  16. Initialising the Application
  17. Infrastructure as Code
  18. Further Sections of ‘template​.yaml’
  19. The Lambda Programming Model
  20. Steps to Deploy SAM Applications
  21. Building a SAM Application
  22. Packaging SAM Applications
  23. Deploying a SAM Application
  24. Inspecting a Stack
  25. Interesting Experiments
  26. Development and Troubleshooting
  27. Exploring the AWS Lambda Web Console
  28. Retrieving Execution Logs
  29. Logging Incoming Events
  30. Simulating Lambda Locally
  31. Debugging Functions
  32. Validating Templates
  33. Working on a Team
  34. Setting Up a Deployment Pipeline
  35. Interesting Experiments
  36. Core Features of AWS Lambda
  37. Safe Deployments
  38. Versions and Aliases
  39. Gradual Deployments
  40. Adding Deployment Alerts
  41. Interesting Experiments
  42. Handling HTTP Requests
  43. API Gateway Events
  44. Customising Responses
  45. Troubleshooting Gateway Integrations
  46. Processing Request Parameters
  47. Using Global Settings to Configure the Implicit API
  48. Creating Parameterised CloudFormation Stacks
  49. Interesting Experiments
  50. Using External Storage
  51. S3 vs. DynamoDB
  52. Lambda Access Rights
  53. Generating Unique References
  54. Passing Resource References to Functions
  55. Authorising Access With IAM Policies
  56. Dealing with Network Timeouts
  57. Interesting Experiments
  58. Cheaper, Faster, Serverless
  59. Direct Access to External Storage
  60. Signing Requests
  61. Signed Download URLs
  62. Protecting S3 Files
  63. Interesting Experiments
  64. Handling Platform Events
  65. Processing Uploads
  66. Generating Test Events
  67. Working with Files
  68. Working with Asynchronous Events
  69. Avoiding Circular References
  70. Handling Asynchronous Errors with Dead Letters
  71. Conditional Resources
  72. Interesting Experiments
  73. Using Application Components
  74. Using `mogrify`
  75. Lambda Layers
  76. Invoking System Utilities
  77. Publishing to SAR
  78. Interesting Experiments
  79. Managing Sessions and User Workflows
  80. User Workflows and Request Routing
  81. Moving Session State out of Lambda Functions
  82. Moving Static Assets Out of Lambda Functions
  83. Adding More Functions to `user-workflow.js`
  84. Using S3 as a Web Server
  85. Working With Cross-Origin Resource Sharing
  86. Configuring API Gateway for CORS
  87. Uploading Files to S3
  88. Interesting Experiments
  89. Designing Robust Applications
  90. Modifying API Endpoints
  91. Designing with Ports and Adapters
  92. Request Processor and Concrete Adapters
  93. Lambda Utility Methods
  94. Interesting Experiments
  95. Deployment Options
  96. Deployment Options
  97. One Lambda or Many?
  98. Sharing Behaviour
  99. Sharing Configurations
  100. Interesting Experiments
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