Last chance for Early Bird tickets for Serverless Architecture Conference 2019!
A little birdie told me Serverless Architecture Conference tickets are on sale! Are you ready to learn about the most important trends in the field? Don’t miss out on this great offer – buy your tickets now and save up to €215!
Are your calendars marked for Serverless Architecture Conference this year? It’s the place to be this April 8-10 in The Hague. Pioneers in the field will gather to present the most interesting and important trends and visions for serverless architecture.
Learn how to master Cloud Native Architectures, the Kubernetes Ecosystem and Functions. Join Serverless Architecture Conference and gain key knowledge and skills for this new era of computing. Being a software engineer has never been better.
With our Early Bird offer, you can take advantage of group discounts and save up to €215!
Let’s get a look at the details. Serverless Architecture Conference consists of:
- 4 focused tracks of sessions and keynotes
- 20+ international speakers and industry experts
- 2 full-day, hands-on workshops
Sounds fun, right? Make sure to get your tickets before the Early Bird offer ends!
Serverless Architecture Conference program
This year’s conference focuses on 4 different tracks about Serverless Architecture.
- Serverless Platforms & Technology: With Functions as a Service (FaaS) software development changes dramatically. In this track, we’ll examine serverless platforms, tools and frameworks, as well as the technology itself.
- Cloud Services, Backend as a Service: Managed services can boost your productivity beyond all measure. In this track, you will learn how to make use of them and how you can integrate them into your own cloud native systems.
- Docker, Kubernetes & Co.: Containers provide a foundation for modern cloud native systems. Developers and Architects seeking for highly automated deployment will learn in this track how to benefit from Kubernetes, Knative & Co.
- Cloud Native Architecture: Does an application need to be split into microservices to be cloud native? Is the use of containers obligatory? This track is all about the different types of cloud native architectures.
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Cool sessions you should check out!
How to build a serverless application with the least amount of code needed? In this talk, I will show you how to architect serverless applications with GraphQL, using AppSync. I will introduce you to the AppSync service and all its different components.
AppSync is a managed service from AWS and is a GraphQL server. It has a lot of out of the box functionalities that are really helpful when building applications like authorization or subscriptions, and it connects directly to services like DynamoDB so you don’t need to code that interface yourself.
In cloud-native environments in general, and serverless in particular, the cloud provider is responsible for securing the underlying infrastructure, from the data centers all the way up to the container and runtime environment. This relieves much of the security burden from the application owner; however, it also poses many unique challenges when it comes to securing the application layer.
In this presentation, we will discuss the most critical challenges related to securing serverless applications – from development to deployment. We will also walk through a live demo of a realistic serverless application that contains several common vulnerabilities; see how they can be exploited by attackers, and how to secure them.
Function-as-a-Service serverless offerings are advertised as the way to build event-driven applications in days or hours, and then scale them up to millions of users – all for several dollars a month. But how does that work in today’s cloud? What do we know about the internals of FaaS implementations? Is scalability a solved problem? Join Mikhail on a journey into the depths of how serverless scalability works, what’s common and what’s different across cloud providers, and why you should care.
We can’t wait to see you in the Hague!