Introducing the v2 release of the Serverless Azure Functions plugin, which includes support for Linux, Python & .NET Core Function Apps.
Serverless Express enables you to easily host Express.js APIs on AWS Lambda and AWS HTTP API
Framework Pro now supports automatic troubleshooting of HTTP APIs!
We're bringing Serverless Components out of beta and introducing several new features to deliver a dramatically improved serverless development experience.
You can now automatically monitor and troubleshoot monolambdas like Express.js and Flask with the Serverless Framework Pro!
There's a lot to learn about the new AWS HTTP APIs and the Serverless Framework so let's bring it all together in one place.
The Serverless Framework now supports the recently released Lambda Event Destinations.
Learn how to create an AWS HTTP API and set it up with a Cognito Authorizer.
The Serverless Framework now supports the AWS HTTP API - the v2 of API Gateway for HTTP APIs.
Being able to manage multiple different stages of deployment within different environments is essential, and Serverless Framework Pro shows you how
Find out what deployment strategies Serverless Framework Pro's CI/CD feature gives us for managing deployments as a team
A closer look at working with Preview Deployments in the Serverless CI/CD solution.
Announcing the general availability of Serverless CI/CD in Serverless Framework Pro, a continuous integration and deployment service you can use for free.
Learn how to use the Serverless Framework to deploy your first Knative service on a Kubernetes cluster running in Google Cloud.
A look at our Knative Integration and the context around it.
Find out how we go about debugging and troubleshooting our Serverless APIs with Serverless Framework Pro
AWS just announced support for HTTP APIs in AWS API Gateway v2.
The release of the Amazon RDS Proxy at re:Invent removes one of the main objections to using relational databases in serverless applications. Read this post to understand why.
If you were trying to use Lambda in a use case that was very latency sensitive, cold starts were probably your greatest concern. AWS has heard the concerns
The EventBridge Schema Registry helps document your event schemas and add discoverability to the event domain. See why it's useful here.
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AWS recently announced several new features for Lambda that you might want to take advantage of.