RDS is super expensive and while you're gaining traction and users you might as well use an EC2 instance.
ElasticBeanstalk seemed like an easy intro to AWS but it steered me into RDS. Of course I've abandoned the whole of ElasticBeanstalk for serverless development lately.
My first intro to AWS was ElasticBeanstalk and serverless seemed too daunting. But now I've been smitten and can't stop thinking serverless.
This is especially true once you factor in all the development overhead, which can ultimately be very expensive to do things correctly with serverless.
Where can I find this? I assume somewhere in the 1060 repos of https://github.com/Azure
I also assume that even though it's open source, it requires licensed MS Windows servers to run.
Still though, this is just another nail in the coffin of the OLD MS image.
Under Satya Nadella the change in Microsoft has been little short of astonishing. A few years ago, I could understand the continued cynicism - but if anything the pace of change has only intensified.