Amazon EventBridge Archive-Replay: An Experience Report

To keep up with the evolution of serverless, we should be ready to embrace change.

Two dates that have serverless significance to me are,

  • July 10, 2019 — LEGO.com was switched to run on serverless.
  • July 11, 2019 — EventBridge was announced at Serverless Days…

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Sheen Brisals

Sheen Brisals

Engineer. Architect. Leader. Writer. Speaker. At The LEGO Group. AWS Serverless Hero.

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