Hi Forrest, I'm listening and enjoying your podcast at trek10.What I really miss, and hopefully you'll have a session about it, is testing in the cloud. As a developer who owns the code from product, to coding, to deployment, to monitoring, testing is a crucial part of the process. Local testing is feasible, there are tools and various mocks that enable me to test it locally, but for me without running my app in its native cloud environment at least once, there is no way to know if I broke something, code or integration (until it reaches the ci/cd process which for me is too late). The main problems that I'm facing:* Provisioning additional account in aws is expensive, I'm using managed services that cost money just for being provisioned like rds, elastic search.* Its quite cumbersome to manage multiple accounts (as dev manager) to 所有 of my developers and limit their billing* It's extremely frustrating to use the develop, deploy, debug cycle in a cloud environment due to network , it can take up to 1 minute for each small code change.