Serverless Horror Stories

The New Stack

He is enthusiastic about serverless, observability and chaos engineering. Serverless is a powerful paradigm that lets application developers focus on business logic rather than scalability or server maintenance. Avoiding Serverless Production Horrors. Thundra sponsored this post.

Serverless Scientist

Xebia

The post Serverless Scientist appeared first on Xebia Blog. In a previous blog, we described a novel way for software QA for refactored code already running in production inspired by the Scientist approach GitHub published in 2016. In this blog we explain how we implemented this QA method for testing AWS Lambda functions and our experiences with that. The end goal of the Scientist […]. Release Management Software Development AWS Lambda Test automation frameworks

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Serverless: Helping the Enterprise Scale DevOps

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Serverless is the paradigm shift that allows engineers to innovate and move faster DevOps has been around for more than 10 years and it’s still misunderstood by many companies. In some ways, serverless is similar: a name that markets well but creates confusion […].

FaaS: Evolving to a Truly Serverless Paradigm

DevOps.com

FaaS helps alleviate some of the administration and management issues related to serverless Creating distributed applications demands a thorough understanding of cloud infrastructures and architectures. The post FaaS: Evolving to a Truly Serverless Paradigm appeared first on DevOps.com.

Serverless and Containers: How to Choose the Right Application Strategy

Speaker: Tolga Tarhan, Senior Vice President, GM AWS Services at Onica

When it comes to the modern tech stack, one of the fastest changing areas is around containers, serverless, and choosing the ideal path to cloud native computing. How do you as a technology leader point your team in the right direction, especially given how quickly this is evolving?

Why Organizations Are Adopting or Avoiding Serverless

DevOps.com

For the inaugural O’Reilly survey on serverless architecture adoption, we were pleasantly surprised at the high level of response: More than 1,500 respondents from a wide range of locations, companies and industries participated. The high response rate tells us that serverless is garnering significant mindshare in the community. The post Why Organizations Are Adopting or Avoiding Serverless appeared first on DevOps.com.

How Serverless Technologies Can Achieve Optimal DevOps Practices

DevOps.com

However, although engineering resources may be slim, serverless offers new solutions to tackle the DevOps challenge. From improved IoT devices to cost-effective machine learning applications, the serverless ecosystem is […]. Blogs DevOps in the Cloud CI/CD devops serverless

Overcoming Common Serverless Challenges with Mainframe CICS Programs

Dzone - DevOps

By this point most enterprises, including those running on legacy infrastructures, are familiar with the benefits of serverless computing : Greater scalability. serverless architecture serverless functions serverless benefits mainframes serverless api serverless integration

Going Serverless: Where to Start

Linux Academy

What is serverless framework? The Serverless Framework is an open-source project that replaces traditional platforms (hardware, operating systems) with a platform that can run in a cloud environment. Serverless is beneficial as it lets you focus on delivering a product, rather than managing typical IT problems. Serverless history. Serverless benefits. Serverless drawbacks. Serverless providers. Why use it?

Serverless Observability: The Ultimate Guide

The New Stack

He is enthusiastic about serverless, observability and chaos engineering. And to achieve observability in serverless applications, it’s important to get a complete picture — not just the snapshots of a single function call that most providers focus on. Thundra sponsored this post.

Product Transformation: Adapting Your Solutions for Cloud Models

Speaker: Ahmad Jubran, Cloud Product Innovation Consultant

In order to maintain a competitive advantage, CTOs and product managers are shifting their products to the cloud. Many do this by simply replicating their current architectures in the cloud. Those previous architectures, which were optimized for transactional systems, aren't well-suited for the new age of AI. Whether you're a seasoned CTO or an industry trailblazer, this webinar will help make your product ready to meet the competition by adopting an architecture that is optimized for AI innovation. Join Ahmad Jubran, Cloud Product Innovation Consultant, and learn how to adapt your solutions for cloud models the right way.

Serverless Computing: Taking DevOps to the Next Level

DevOps.com

Serverless computing enables you to outsource information, thus freeing teams to focus on front-end work. Organizations choose serverless when they look for faster and easier ways to release updates and patches.

Trends and Benefits of Serverless Computing

DevOps.com

Gartner estimated that by 2020, 20% of the world’s organizations will have gone serverless. Serverless computing initiates a mind shift in the way businesses are run and improves the accuracy and impact of technology services. Leading to higher functionality, reduced AWS bills, increased delivery speed and multi-cloud support, serverless computing paves the way into the […]. The post Trends and Benefits of Serverless Computing appeared first on DevOps.com.

Is Kubernetes Serverless?

Linux Academy

The term “serverless” — the ability to run code without having to choose what to run it on — shares that same overall goal, which is to eliminate the need for a developer of an application to manage infrastructure, and have that taken care of by another service or component. You could derive from this that Kubernetes is serverless, but that’s not quite right. The next step for Kubernetes is , however, serverless, and here, we’ll talk about why.

AWS Serverless Express Is All Grown Up Now

The New Stack

When Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Tim Wagner , aka the father of serverless computing , first came up with the idea of event-driven computing they didn’t think Lambda serverless computing would become a new computing paradigm. Enter the Serverless Express GitHub project.

Will Serverless Kill the DevOps Star?

Modus Create

With the relentless pace of innovation using Lean software development, we’ve seen an explosion in the use of serverless technologies with a mantra of “NoOps.” Developers have plenty of choices for their serverless solutions today: AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, Microsoft Azure Functions and Cloudflare Workers. For those concerned with vendor-lock, Serverless Framework may be a good choice. The Maturation of Serverless. Honing DevOps for Serverless.

Breaking Serverless on Purpose with Chaos Engineering

The New Stack

One such area is serverless. After all, serverless computing is the language-agnostic, pay-as-you-go way to access backend services. How Chaos Engineering Works Differently in Serverless. Risks with serverless tend to come from the services you don’t have insight or control over.

Adoption of AWS Lambda Serverless Stalls

The New Stack

Despite proclamations from Amazon.com Chief Technology Officer Werner Vogels that usage of Amazon Web Services’ Lambda usage has risen dramatically, recent surveys of Kubernetes communities have found relative declines in the adoption of the serverless service. Huge Serverless Increases.

How to Achieve Ironclad Serverless Security

The New Stack

Serverless means different things to different people, so just to align the syntax early, this post will focus on functions — such as Lambda functions, Google Cloud functions or Azure functions. Bad traffic,” in an attempt to create a denial of service, also scales well on serverless.

ASF Moves OpenWhisk Serverless Computing Forward

DevOps.com

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) announced today that the OpenWhisk serverless computing framework has now become a high-level open source project. Matt Rutkowski, CTO for serverless technologies and advocacy for IBM, said with this announcement, organizations looking to implement an open source serverless computing framework on-premises or in a public cloud now can have confidence […].

Avoiding Serverless Anti-Patterns with Observability

The New Stack

Serverless offers opportunities that are transforming how we think about building in the cloud. This inadvertently leads to a black box situation, where we become unaware of how and why our serverless architecture behaves. So it acts as a barrier to serverless adoption.

Serverless on Public Cloud: The Ultimate Showdown

The New Stack

He is enthusiastic about serverless, observability and chaos engineering. With so many serverless offerings available, making the right choice can be problematic. There are three major serverless players we’ll be discussing. Cloud Services Serverless Contributed Sponsored

Serverless and Demand Spikes

The New Stack

He is enthusiastic about serverless, observability and chaos engineering. This article explores serverless technology as a potential solution for a flexible and scalable infrastructure, that can be effectively managed remotely via a lean and nimble engineering group.

Stackery Smooths AWS Serverless Integration for DevOps

DevOps.com

Stackery today announced a plug-in capability that will allow developers to build and debug code destined to run on the Lambda serverless computing service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) from within an integrated development environment (IDE) running on a local machine. The post Stackery Smooths AWS Serverless Integration for DevOps appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps in the Cloud AWS Lambda code developers devops serverless serverless computing Stackery

Serverless Architecture

Coding Dojo

The post Serverless Architecture appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog. All Posts Tech Talks API Gateway AWS code coding frameworks serveless serverless architectureAs a developer, there is perhaps nothing greater than seeing a project that you developed fully functioning. You fought through … Read more >>.

How Serverless Is Impacting the IT Landscape

DevOps.com

The post How Serverless Is Impacting the IT Landscape appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps in the Cloud DevOps Practice DevOps Toolbox Enterprise DevOps AWS Lambda data centers Furnace Ignite Microsoft Azure serverless computing serverless platformAlthough most users will never realize it, with every digital data entry and exchange servers are consuming substantial quantities of energy to file, store and sustain that data’s availability.

Hands Off Serverless Deployments

Stacks on Stacks

Hands Off Serverless Deployments was originally published in Stacks on Stacks on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. serverless aws-lambda ci-cd-pipeline devops

A serverless glossary

Stackery

With Serverless, it’s not the technology that’s hard, it’s understanding the language of a new culture and operational model. Serverless architecture has coined some new terms and, more confusingly, re-used a few older terms with new meanings. As serverless has grown in depth, it’s become apparent that this local emulation is no longer possible. This reveals a serious problem for serverless development: it takes time to deploy code to the cloud. Serverless.

Cloudstate Is Lightbend’s Attempt to Define Serverless 2.0

The New Stack

Serverless has its limits; and chief among them is management of state. AWS Lambda is the dominant serverless platform currently and its functions are, by decree , stateless — meaning there can be no record of previous interactions in a Lambda function. Richard MacManus.

Serverless Needs More Observability Tools

The New Stack

Developers of serverless applications have not changed a lot since we published the “ Guide to Serverless Technologies ” in 2018, which had surveyed over 300 users of serverless architecture. Back then, 78% of primarily planned to use serverless architecture for new instead of existing workloads. Debugging and monitoring continue to be the top serverless pain points. The post Serverless Needs More Observability Tools appeared first on The New Stack.

The Future of Data in Serverless Will Be API-Driven

The New Stack

In the serverless paradigm, the idea is to abstract away the backend so that developers don’t need to deal with it. But up till now, database systems haven’t typically been a part of the serverless playbook. The New Stack Analysts · The Future of Data in Serverless Will Be API-Driven.

Stackery Serverless Platform Adds JAMstack Support

The New Stack

Serverless development platform provider Stackery has introduced support for the JAMstack web development pattern, which relies primarily on JavaScript, APIs, and Markdown (JAM) to deliver scalable web content at a greater speed via content delivery networks (CDNs).

The Rise of Full Stack Serverless at Amazon Web Services

The New Stack

This week I talk with Nader Dabit , senior developer advocate at Amazon Web Services (AWS), about the state of serverless technology. Dabit also has a new book out, published by O’Reilly Media, entitled “ Full Stack Serverless.” Which is where serverless comes into play.

Serverless is more than AWS Lambda

Stackery

Too often serverless is equated with just AWS Lambda. Yes, it’s true: Amazon Web Services (AWS) helped to pioneer what is commonly referred to as serverless today with AWS Lambda, which was first announced back in 2015. But in 2020, it’s important for enterprises to understand that the serverless landscape is much bigger with more opportunities. Serverless is sometimes (narrowly) defined as just being about functions-as-a-service, but that’s a very limited viewpoint.

Build a Serverless API with AWS Gateway and Lambda

The New Stack

Serverless is one approach gaining popularity, because of its cost-efficiency, scalability and relative simplicity. Thundra is an Application Observability and Security Platform for serverless, container, and VM workloads. Understanding Serverless API Concepts.

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