I’m excited to announce that my Fullstack Serverless Applications on AWS course is now live on Linux Academy. People who enroll in this course can expect to review some basic concepts related to serverless applications before diving into six hands-on labs, a bunch of supplementary videos, and several quizzes that will help give context and solidify your understanding of how and why we might build a serverless application. In the course, you’ll be making a serverless application for Prometheon Music to use to help manage their music rating system.
The one remaining benefit of the mololith/n-tier architecture -- statefulness -- is soon to become a thing of the past.
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With the announcement of the new C# runtime in AWS Lambda, enterprises are now able to start taking their .NET investment into the world of serverless applications. In this blog post, I want to help you get up and running with .NET Core using the new AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) transform for AWS CloudFormation. We're going to build a simple "Hello World" API endpoint by deploying a resource in Amazon API Gateway and a C# function in AWS Lambda.