#ServerlessWebinar: Join our February live event
Serverless architectures have taken the tech world by storm! This new trend will surely have an impact on the software industry in 2019. But what exactly is serverless? And how can developers and companies leverage this new technology? These questions (and more!) will be answered by a group of experts Billie Thompson, Christian Weyer and Niko Köbler in our Serverless Webinar TOMORROW.
At the Serverless Architecture Conference 2019 in the Hague, over 20 experts will share their knowledge on various topics related to this new and exciting technology. To prepare yourself for the conference (or in case you cannot make it to the Hague this year), we have a special treat for you: a Serverless Webinar that takes place this Friday, February 22nd.
Billie Thompson, Niko Köbler and Christian Weyer will each deliver a short talk on the following topics:
- What’s the future of open tracing? (Billie Thompson)
- Serverless Microservices – plus an example using Azure Functions (Christian Weyer)
- Serverless Apps in a Multi-Cloud World (Niko Köbler)
During their talks, our attendees will have the unique opportunity to ask questions via Twitter (#ServerlessWebinar). The questions will be collected and answered after the talks.
In order to participate in our live event, you’ll have to go to the Serverless Webinar website and register with a valid e-mail address – you will then receive a confirmation and instructions on how to proceed.
Billie Thompson is a cloud-native consultant working at Armakuni. She helps organisations move towards, fast-moving, sustainable, modern development practices. Every team is different, but usually, she’s helping teach Agile, DevOps and DDD practices at all skill levels.
Christian Weyer is the founder and CEO of Thinktecture AG as well as Google GDE (Developer Expert) and Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional). For almost two decades he has been speaking at various software conferences and events worldwide – with passion and commitment.
Niko is doing something with computers, on-premise, web and in the cloud. He’s writing and deploying software and helps others to do so.
Besides, he is a co-lead of JUG Darmstadt, speaker at international conferences and author of the book “Serverless Computing in the AWS Cloud”.