NX, Serverless and Lambda for serverless architecture
NX, Serverless and Lambda for serverless architecture

A monorepo can be described as a repository that contains more than one logical project. These projects can be unrelated, loosely coupled or connected by dependency management tools, they are usually large in size, branches, commits, and working developers.

Serverless computing such as AWS Serverless offers a number of advantages over traditional cloud-based or server-centric infrastructure. For many developers, serverless architectures offer greater scalability, more flexibility, and quicker time to release, all at a reduced cost. With serverless architectures, developers do not need to worry about purchasing, provisioning, and managing backend servers.

This article will guide how to build AWS Serverless Application using Nx Dev Tool Extension and Serverless Framework.

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In the previous article, I have introduced the basic fundamentals of Serverless and its uses cases. This article will help you understand how to build, test, and deploy Serverless functions to the public clouds. Currently, we have a couple of public cloud vendors that provide service to run serverless functions such as Amazon Web Service, Azure, IBM Bluemix. But in this article, we only focus on AWS one of the largest public cloud providers on the market.

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Since November 2014 when AWS introduced AWS Lambda, the term “serverless” is becoming more popular, a lot of people are talking about serverless and how to apply it to your software development.

I’ve been working with AWS for a couple of years and successfully delivered a couple of serverless projects for our customers including backend services, complex web app, microservice, data processing, event streaming. I think serverless will be one of the trends of the software development trends 2019 in relation to microservice and automation.

This article will help you understand some fundamentals of serverless and steps of how to build, test, and deploy your code automatically.

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