About the Book
When you have a great idea, the last thing you want to do is set up infrastructure. Learn more.
Going Serverless is a practical guide to building scalable applications with the Serverless framework and AWS Lambda. In this book, you will how to design, develop, test, deploy, monitor, and secure Serverless applications from planning to production.
What Readers Are Saying
I'm a Front-end Developer and I'm starting my learning journey about serverless architectures. I've searched for many books and resources online about serverless but I ended up reading and loving your book Going Serverless. Thanks for writing such a great book (Read the sample!) Have a nice day!
-- Tushar Sharma
Just wanted to drop you an email to thank you for doing the Serverless Go book. I have actually been looking to learn this area, bought your book, and will be going over it this weekend. Keep writing and shipping!
-- Daniel Ong
I stumbled across your blog because I was curious about doing auth in a serverless environment. It was so well-written that when I stumbled across your Going Serverless book, I had to buy it :)
-- Curtis Ekstrom
I just wanted to say thank you for your awesome article on Serverless Go. I’ve been struggling so much on that topic, but your article and code made it so clear on how to accomplish it. Look forward to reading more of your stuff (I bookmarked your site!)
-- Randy Lough
Frequently Asked Questions
What programming language are we using?
Which FaaS provider are we using?
Amazon Web Services (AWS Lambda.)
Is there source code available?
Yes. You will gain access to working code samples with your purchase. There are 8 ready-to-deploy code samples included with the book.
How will book updates be handled?
The release of this book does not mean it's finished. Updates to those who have already purchased will be free!
I have a question! I have a suggestion!
All feedback are welcome! You can send in your questions, comments, issues, and suggestions here.
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About the Author
Yos builds software products from planning to launch and beyond. He finds Serverless fascinating and lives in Singapore.