Serverless, What's the FaaS about it?

Following our successful Fullstack event @ Google Campus, we’re happy to share the videos & slides with you.

The use of serverless architecture has very quickly become an accepted approach for organizations deploying cloud applications, with a plethora of choices available for deployment. Even traditionally conservative organizations are making partial use of some serverless technologies.

Most of the discussion goes to Functions as a Service (e.g., AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, Azure Functions) while the appropriate patterns for use are still emerging.

Talk 1 by Haggai Zagury, DevOps Architect.

Everyone is talking about Serverless, Functions, Lambda, DynamoDB, Firebase and more. What exactly do they mean? How does it affect the future of systems development? How can I use this new plethora of services and infrastructure?

In this talk, we’ll go over the new world of serverless and show how any developer can leverage it for development speed, application scale, and resilience. We’ll also showcase a simple application and address the issue of lock-in to specific providers.

Talk 2 by Yanai Franchi, Java Architect

In this presentation we’ll show serverless “in action” , and we’ll explain how we can integrate it with other architecture styles like “event notifications” and “event sourcing”. We will take a reactive, microsevice based application, and develop (and deploy) yet another service using serverless architecture. We will explain what serverless computing can offer and cut through some of the hype to understand where and how you can use it in your own organisation. You will gain a firm grasp of what serverless computing and event sourcing are, and learn tips for using serverless computing solutions in a hybrid environment.

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