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28.01.2020

Serverless: successful start for a new Meetup series

Our first Serverless Meetup in Graz was a blast and a worthy beginning of a series of events about serverless technologies.

The trigger for this Meetup series was our rocky road to a serverless architecture. We want to start an exchange of experience with those on the same path and try to make life easier for those who are about to start.

1st Talk: The Missing Manual (90 min)

Lars Röwekamp

Consultant, Trainer, and Speaker @open knowledge GmbH

Believing the analysts Serverless Computing will be the “next big thing”. Thanks to NoOps, writing a serverless function and bringing it to production is quite easy. And also combining some of them to build up a more complex system seems to be not too complicated at all.

  • What are suitable scenarios for Serverless Computing?
  • When to favour serverless over other architectural approaches and when not?
  • Are there any specific patterns to be aware of when applying serverless?
  • How does the serverless paradigm influence the software lifecycle?

And by the way, why should I use Cloud-based Serverless Computing at all when there are in contrast containerisation and orchestration tools like Docker and Kubernetes?

2nd Talk: First steps to the cloud (45 min)

Martin Kammersberger, Sebastian Ruf

Tech Lead @AURENA Tech, Software Engineer @AURENA Tech

It seems easy at the beginning – the first serverless prototypes can be built within hours by click-configuration in the AWS console. But when it comes to establishing a reliable and reproducible software development process nothing comes out of the box anymore. Tooling, testing, CI/CD-pipeline – everything changes when you go serverless.

  • Martin and Sebastian share their experience with CloudFormation, AWS CDK, and Terraform.
  • They point out best practice examples and pitfalls on the way to a robust development process with cloud-native services.
  • Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of CloudFormation, AWS CDK, and Terraform and Infrastructure as Code in general.

Watch the Meetup online:

2h 56min Serverless MeetUp ft. Lars Röwekamp

Let's stay in touch

If you want to speak at a Serverless Meetup, or if you have a proposal for a speaker you want to see at a future event, just let us know and write to us at meetup@aurena.tech.

To stay informed about upcoming events, check out Serverless Meetup Graz.

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