The revolution is here
Although a lot of people see the containers and serverless “brawl” as a war story, this is an excellent pretext for a partnership as they work best when they work together. The current JAX Magazine issue is all about serverless computing and containers – how they compete with one another and how they compliment each other. Experts discuss use cases for both technologies, and whether or not you should adopt the trend or stick with what’s been working.
Have you adopted serverless and loved it, or do you prefer containers? Are you still unsure and want to know more before making a decision? This JAX Magazine issue will give you everything you need to know about containers and serverless computing but it won’t decide for you. Dig in!
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Inside this issue
DevOps in an immutable world
Transform your IT capabilities
How do we keep containers secure?
Data protection for the DevOps era
How to avoid a cloud lock-in
It must be about more than just orchestration
Monitoring containers with machine data
Monitoring and troubleshooting 101
Containers or serverless: Which is better?
A head to head battle
Straight to serverless
The future of cloud native development
Monitoring serverless computing
We need to think differently about apps, containers,and infrastructure
More containers, better system visibility
How to highlight the metrics we need
A multi-platform world
PaaS, containers and serverless: The logical extension of the multi-cloud
Living in a post-container world
Serverless vs. containers
Reap the benefits
Serverless computing: Trends and prospects
Who will win the serverless war?
Meet the contestants: AWS Lambda, Azure Functions or Google Cloud Functions
Serverless’ position in the IT landscape
Interview with Liang Wang, co-author of “Peeking Behind the Curtains of Serverless Platforms”
Serverless applications: Top 6 API security needs
Containers: Big opportunity or big distraction?
Are containers worth the effort?
Serverless: Evolution or revolution of the cloud?
Interview with Maciej Winnicki, Principal Software Engineer at Serverless Inc.
Companies should run serverless on Kubernetes
An unspoken truth of serverless