Learn what a function as a service is in this video.
- [Instructor] So now we know what backend as a service is. … Let's talk about what is Function as a Service. … Function as a Service is quite a new concept. … It was born in November 2014 on AWS ran it … when AWS launched AWS Lambda, … the first popular function as a service platform. … After that severals took off. … Function as a service is a new way … to execute and design applications. … So let's see traditionally how code execute, … so we can understand this. … So in a traditional application, we have an instance. … It can be a computer or a real time machine or an AWS EC2. … There is an application install. … That application is running all the time. … No matter if there is requests or not. … That application has many different functionalities … that can be or cannot be related, … depending on how monolithic your application is. … There's some problems with this system. … We need to have a way to scale the application … if the application is successful or not. … In platforms like AWS, …
- Backend as a service (BaaS)
- Function as a service (FaaS)
- Why infrastructure as code is so important
- Creating an order
- Setting up DynamoDB
- Saving into a DynamoDB table
- Using AWS SDK
- Sending a message to the stream
- Deploying and testing an application
- Cleaning up an AWS environment
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Get Started with Serverless
2. Get Started with Kinesis
3. SNS, SQS, and Kinesis
4. Lifecycle of a Message in the Stream
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