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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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You can now read JAX Magazine and JAXenter.com news with a smooth Epub reading experience, both on Apple and Android devices.
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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

Serverless adoption

Reap the benefits

Serverless computing: Trends and prospects

When your head’s in the clouds…

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

Checklist

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


The JAX Magazine app

You can now read JAX Magazine and JAXenter.com on your tablet or mobile device, both on Apple and Android. Whether you’re offline or online, there’s nothing stopping your from reading the magazine at home, in the cafe or on the go.

Take your tech know-how to go

  • Page-turning tech trends: Browse all JAX Magazine issues in a smooth epub reading experience
  • Tech news: Read the latest tech news, tutorials and commentaries on JAXenter.com
  • First issue free: Each digital issue costs as little as 0.99 cents and your first issue is free! A yearly subscription only costs 4.99
  • Bookmark your favourite posts and tutorials from the magazine or the newsfeed
  • Search across all content downloaded onto your device, including articles and whole editions of the magazine
  • Offline reading: Downloaded content is fully available offline, meaning you can read up on the latest IT tips, trends and news anywhere, anytime

Download the free app for Android or iOS devices

Tutorials, trends and tech know-how

JAX Magazine is the quintessential digital magazine for enterprise developers, offering features, tutorials and interviews on open source, JVM, JavaScript and countless other programming topics.

Packed full of know-how from international IT professionals, this bi-monthly magazine is designed for developers that want to expand their knowledge base and perform better in their projects. The JAX Magazine mission is to provide the best content in IT for a plethora of programming interests – written for and by developers.

JAX Magazine is always looking for contributing authors and developers to write about what they know and love to work on – we invite you to contact our editorial staff at editor@jaxenter.com.