Serverless Architecture Conference 2020 will be held in The Hague from April 20 to 22, 2020—so it’s high time for a small program preview. More than 25 sessions and workshops have already been announced. Attention! Until Thursday, February 13, 2020, you can also benefit from our early bird specials and receive a C64 Mini or a Raspberry Pi for free with your ticket.
Serverless – is it yet another buzzword? Is it real? Is it for big corporations? Or is it for everyone? Where can we find answers to such questions? Well, the best way to answer such concerns is to simply talk about your serverless experience and take the audience through the journey you have been through! And that is exactly what this talk is about.
Managed services have become a main part of modern cloud applications. Utilizing existing services via APIs provides developers with great flexibility and velocity. However, the significant reliance on these services, which you have no control over, puts your application’s performance and costs in danger. Watch Hen Peretz’s Serverless Architecture Conference session.
We have all heard the news about serverless, how it can cut costs, handle larger loads, and move businesses faster. Adding the power of GraphQL on top of this makes magic and is the Holy Grail of application development, delivering app launches at lightning speed. Discover how Serverless and GraphQL go together to create developer heaven.
Are you ready for DevOps in 2020? As DevOps matures, prepare yourself for the coming decade and brush up on the top 5 DevOps trends that will become relevant in the new year and beyond. Organizations will want to stay up to date with DevSecOps, cloud-native DevOps, Google’s Golang, increasing automation possibilities, and more.
Service Meshes are currently a very popular topic in IT: Microservices architectures are growing continuously and with them the difficulty of keeping track. We spoke with Patrick Arnold, IT consultant at Pentasys AG, about service meshes such as Istio, Linkerd and solo.io and best practices when using them.
As 2019 comes to a close, one thing is clear – serverless computing is flourishing and everyone is eager to hop on the bandwagon. But has it gotten too big for its britches? Enterprises are eagerly migrating to the cloud regardless of the fact their DevOps teams are struggling to keep up with observability. We sat down with Shreyans Parekh, Senior Manager at AppDynamics, to talk about serverless in 2020.
Over the last few years, organizations across every vertical have felt pressure to embrace new technology and approaches—from cloud and edge computing to serverless—in order to compete in the growing digital economy. As we enter the new decade, modernization will continue to be a top priority.
We all know that a lot can change in ten years, especially in the world of technology. 10 years ago, no one knew what microservices were or could expect AI in our daily lives. Take a look at what the past decade says about the future of open source software. Chris Ferris discusses some of the trends that changed the decade, and what the 2020s have in store for us.
In this article, Kamesh Sampath shows us how to master the first steps on the journey towards a serverless application. He shows how to set up the right environment and takes us through its deployment.
What is chaos engineering and what can it be used for in serverless setups? What is Thundra and how can it help secure your serverless architecture? JAXenter sat down with Serverless Architecture Conference speaker Emrah Samdan to find out the answers to these questions and learn more about chaos engineering in a serverless world.
What does the future hold for serverless technology? Will Knative become the de facto standard for developing container and Kubernetes applications in a serverless context? And what is the Serverless First Mindset? These and other questions were answered by Jared Short, Senior Cloud Architect, in our interview at the Serverless Architecture Conference 2019 in Berlin.