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How to Run Selenium BDD Tests in Parallel with AWS Lambda – Lambda Handlers


In our first article about Selenium BDD Tests in Parallel with AWS Lambda, we introduce parallelization in the Cloud and give you some insights into automating testing to accelerate your software development process. By getting familiar with the basics of Lambda Layers architecture and designing test sets, you are now ready to learn more about […]




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How to Run Selenium BDD Tests in Parallel with AWS Lambda


Have you ever felt annoyed because of the long waiting time for receiving test results? Maybe after a few hours, you’ve figured out that there had been a network connection issue in the middle of testing, and half of the results can go to the trash? That may happen when your tests are dependent on […]




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The Path Towards Enterprise Level AWS Infrastructure – Load Balancing and Application Deployment


Let’s finish up the process of building our AWS infrastructure and discover the last crucial elements of the AWS Cloud needed for our highly available, secure and fault-tolerant cloud system. This article is the third and the last one of the mini-series which walks you through the process of creating an enterprise-level AWS infrastructure and […]




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The Path Towards Enterprise Level AWS Infrastructure – EC2, AMI, Bastion Host, RDS


Let’s pick up the thread of our journey into the AWS Cloud, and keep discovering the intrinsics of the cloud computing universe while building a highly available, secure and fault-tolerant cloud system on the AWS platform. This article is the second one of the mini-series which walks you through the process of creating an enterprise-level […]




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The Path Towards Enterprise Level AWS Infrastructure – Architecture Scaffolding


This article is the first one of the mini-series which will walk you through the process of creating an enterprise-level AWS infrastructure. By the end of this series, we will have created an infrastructure comprising a VPC with four subnets in two different availability zones with a client application, backend server, and a database deployed […]




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Serverless – Why, When and How?


This is the first article of the mini-series that will get you started with a Serverless architecture and the Function-as-a-Service execution model – whose popularity is constantly growing. In this part, you will get answers to some of the most popular questions regarding Serverless, including: what is it, why it’s worth your attention, how does […]