#FaasFriday – Building a Serverless Microblog in Ruby with OpenFaaS – Part 1

Happy #FaaSFriday today we are going to learn how to build our very own serverless microblogging backend using Pure Ruby. Alex Ellis of OpenFaaS believes it would be useful to not rely on any gems that require Native Extensions (MySQL, ActiveRecord, bcrypt, etc…) so thats what I intend to do, This tutorial will use nothing…

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Going Serverless with AWS – Serverless User Authentication – Part 3

API Gateway New API Screen

Hello and welcome back to Going Serverless with AWS. In Part 2 we learned how to use Python with AWS Lambda to Register a user to our RDS instance. Today we will learn how to build an API Gateway an Register our users using a JQuery. So lets get started! Building our API Gateway What is API…

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Going Serverless with AWS – Serverless User Authentication – Part 2

Architecture Diagram

Hello and welcome back to Going Serverless with AWS, In part 1 we learned what Serverless means and what we are going to build. In part 2 We will learn how to create an RDS instance with the AWS cli tools, and build our first lambda function, package it, deploy it, and invoke it using the…

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Going Serverless with AWS – Serverless User Authentication – Part 1

Serverless Infrastructure with AWS Lambda

What is Serverless? Serverless architectures refer to applications that significantly depend on third-party services (knows as Backend as a Service or “BaaS”) or on custom code that’s run in ephemeral containers (Function as a Service or “FaaS”), the best known vendor host of which currently is AWS Lambda. By using these ideas, and by moving…

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