Life of a C# Developer: How to build and test an AWS Lambda locally

Today Serverless is a thing. Although everyone can write a blog post about how Serverless run on servers, I share the same visions as Mathias Verraes: https://twitter.com/mathiasverraes/status/995317295072382976 Given that, I decided to share my developer experience building, testing and deploying AWS Lambda functions in the .NET world. Not a "Hello World" example, but rather a … Continue reading Life of a C# Developer: How to build and test an AWS Lambda locally

Create an AWS Lambda function from an Octopus Deployment

AWS Lambda is one of the AWS Compute Services, alongside with Amazon EC2 or Amazon EC2 Container Service. In a nutshell, AWS Lambda is the serverless offer from AWS, allowing "you run code without provisioning or managing servers"[1]. In the DevOps spirit, and using Octopus as the Continuous Deployment tool, I couldn't find a step template to create an AWS … Continue reading Create an AWS Lambda function from an Octopus Deployment