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- Publication date : June 17, 2019
- Publisher : Neuri Consulting LLP (June 17, 2019)
- File size : 15061 KB
- Print length : 298 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07T94DHY5
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I'm not gonna lie: I'm a sucker for tutorials - and this book is basically a long, well-written tutorial. The best part of that is that once you are done you have built your own reference application and architecture.
But what is better than that is the fact that this book goes beyond normal tutorial simplifications and teaches you good practices, and tells you why and when these practices are worth considering.
Throughout the book, the wit and entertaining keep your attention and interest high.
I would recommend this book to anyone doing AWS work and a first stop and continued reference literature to keep close and handy during development.
He demystifies the Serverless Application Model and presents good advice on designing, building, implementing and running applications to take advantage of the approach using AWS Lambda.
He shares his experiences from implementing serverless products in the real world, this is expert advice from an experienced practitioner who also happens to be a great communicator. The supporting website includes a free download of the code used in the tutorials in the book.
Gojko has made this introduction to serverless and AWS Lambda that is easy to follow yet very detailed as well. The book works as a book length tutorial that led me step-by-step through the details of setting up accounts, installing development software of my local machine, creating basic services, connecting to data storage, and building an entire connected serverless system.
If you are looking for a way to go deep into serverless architecture but are not sure where to start, I highly recommend this book.
Plus, I think it's a big deal when Gojko - the author of an alternative AWS Lambda deployment framework (ClaudiaJS), starts teaching AWS SAM too.