Serverless computing is about functions that run fast and return small responses. On the other hand, files can be arbitrarily large, and sending them through ephemeral functions can easily hit a limit of the runtime.
This is the problem signed URLs solve.
Learn how to implement a serverless-friendly, robust, and secure solution to handle files using signed URLs.
I'm a software developer focusing mostly on cloud computing and web technologies. I'm especially interested in how to handle edge cases to end up with dependable software.
Writing serverless apps brings a lot of faschinating problems that require insight into several components to solve properly. One of the first for me was how to handle files and that turned out to be a surprisingly deep topic. This book aims to provide a complete overview of the pros and cons of the available tools and approaches so you can choose the best one according to your needs.
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