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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.
What are the benefits of serverless computing? What exactly is Knative and what features are still in development? In this interview, Evan Anderson gives an introduction to the new shiny serverless tooling based on Kubernetes. He also talks about the benefits and the downsides of serverless computing and why it is such a big topic at the moment.
More organizations are riding the wave of serverless and Kubernetes, and many are starting to see tangible results. Here are five trends in serverless that are sure to impact the way organizations develop and deliver software for years to come.
Leverage TypeScript support for object-oriented programming with TyX core framework. TyX gives developers the support and structure they need to rapidly deploy serverless frameworks as Lambda functions.
This article aims to cut through the confusion that many users today face in considering serverless as a solution strategy in their organizations. It examines the benefits and common use cases for serverless computing, as well as situations where serverless is not well suited and considerations in choosing a cloud platform. Armed with this information, architects and developers can begin to ask the questions that will contribute to achieving successful serverless adoption.
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Big companies from around the world have started jumping on the serverless bandwagon and with good reason. But is 2019 the year of serverless? In this article, John Demian identifies some drawbacks that it will have to overcome before that is to happen.
Containers provide real, tangible benefits to development and IT teams but even though one cannot ignore their growing popularity, now that we’re just one year away from 451 Research’s prediction that containers will be a $2.7 billion market by 2020 we need to ask ourselves: what’s next for containers? Banjot Chanana, VP of product at Docker believes that “in the next year, we’ll see an increase in enterprises taking advantage of containers in a multi-cloud architecture to ensure they receive the right business benefits each cloud can offer.”
The serverless trend is nowhere near its fading point. On the contrary, it seems that 2019 could be its breakthrough year, according to Erez Berkner, CEO & co-founder of Lumigo. In this interview, we discuss the role serverless plays in the creation of the ecosystem of the future, its current state and whether it will spell the death of containers.
Cloud computing is worth exploring; this is what we think but of course, we’re no experts. Therefore, we decided to invite 14 experts to weigh in on the present and future of cloud computing. Our next guest is Ivan Novikov, CEO and co-founder of AI-powered application security company Wallarm.
What are the costs involved in switching to serverless? In this article, Priyanka Sharma explains why enterprises should move their operations onto Kubernetes and how this can reduce operational costs of all kinds.
Making the choice between containers and serverless is a difficult one. But do you really need to choose only one? Sascha Moellering of Amazon Web Services explains why deciding between the two technologies isn’t just an either/or question.