Including the brand new Serverless Dashboard for logging & monitoring
Forewarning that this is an academic paper. But it's a pretty cool one. Several good insights, including:
- On AWS, all underlying VMs are tenant-specific. Your functions will never be co-located with someone else's functions.
- On AWS, there's little if any cold start hit from putting a function on a 'new' VM. AWS must be pre-warming VMs for you as your existing VMs fill up.
- On AWS, they found noticeable performance degradation from co-location / noisy neighbors.
- On Google, they were able to run a background script after the function invocation ended. They weren't billed for this, and one time had it keep running for 21 hours!
Miss ServerlessConf this week? That's ok. Read up on what went down. Key themes include: security, serverless at scale, #DiffOps, and non-developer development.
Covering things like Nordstrom's "Hello-Retail", Azure Logic Apps & StepFunctions