Talk in English - UK at Laravel Live UK 2019
View Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/nealio82/running-your-laravel-project-on-aws-lambda
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/35211 (QR-Code (opens in new window))
Running your Laravel application on AWS Lambda with Bref
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When I saw amazon I thought yawn. But this was bloody marvellous.
Another excellent talk that I look forward to applying to my existing projects very soon. Thanks very much
Need more swearing!
First time ever I was looking at AWS config screens with interest :D Lambda has always seemed like an annoying black box of not knowing what's going on, but now I feel like giving it a shot!
Really interesting topic and a good walk through of potential stumbling blocks. May have convinced me that lambda isn’t totally nuts after all ;-)
Nice to see Neal tailor this talk to different audiences. I’ve seen this talk more than once and Neal makes a great connection with the audience that even holds your attention when your watching the repeat.
A really nice and clear introduction to this; I particularly liked the approach of working through each step detailing the issues met and how they were resolved. More real life.
Now, the second time I watched Neal, It felt easier to me following him speaking. He was fast again but I didn't had any problems anymore :-) I found this talk super interesting and I had a lot of fun.
Again, another strong talk from Neal. I expect to see Neal at lots more conferences very soon!!!
Really interesting talk. Lots of configuration to remember though. It certainly feels like lambda is the future for web / Laravel.
Im not an aws user so want expecting to get much from this talk, but it was a really interesting journey of taking a site and getting it to work on a FaaS solution.
I'd watched the PHP UK talk online so was worried I'd get the same talk. Was pleasantly surprised you dove into doing a bref setup, not just with Laravel but Laravel Nova as it was something I would have considered doing in the future and there were a lot of setups required along the way which was interesting for you to problem solve. Really nicely presented overall, good examples included. I may have got a little lost when you were doing the setup with AWS and the buckets, it's hard when there's just long commands on screen. Also felt a little rushed in moments with all the content included but at the same time I felt like loads of it was really useful. I was wondering through most the talk if I'd have to ask about queues at the end but you included that as well which is a really useful use case for me personally.