AWS Summit Santa Clara is one day away and you've barely looked at the agenda. You're not alone. Since there isn't a dedicated serverless track, we built one for you.
Here are our five recommendations:
These talks will let you understand the serverless landscape and engineer apps that work at scale.
Send your boss to see David Richardson explore how your team can apply DevOps, microservices, and serverless to innovate faster at scale. A version of this talk from re:invent last year is on YouTube; check it out if you want to be ready with questions.
Learn best practices for building modern, cloud-native applications from Chris Munns. Chris has forgotten more about serverless than most of us have learned, and he's absolutely worth your time. How Serverless apps can also follow 12-factor app design principles is a subject that we’ve written about extensively at Stackery.
A really basic question I hear all the time at meetups is "Cool, but how do you test it?" Aleksandar Simovic explores how serverless changes integration and unit testing. Testing is possible with serverless, come and learn how!
Leo Zhandovsky will walk you through best practices for building CI/CD workflows to allow you to manage your serverless and containerized applications.
Will Stackery get a shoutout for its awesome CI/CD integrations? Only time will tell! A previous version of this talk is online to check out now.
We don't have a booth, but schedule a demo with us and we'll show you how to create amazing apps with confidence. As a thank for your 15 minutes with us, we'll hook you up with a $10 Starbucks card or a $15 donation to Code.org..
DEM02 Join Ben Perlmutter, senior solutions architect, to learn how to quickly build a blog website backed by MongoDB while utilizing a serverless backend-as-a-service. And then add a bunch more features because that's what serverless is all about.
This session conflicts with 12-factor architecture above, so make your choice between high-level planning or nitty-gritty DB tooling.
Amazon Aurora hosts PostGreSQL and MySQL and promises to be both much faster and cheaper than commercial DBs. If relational is in your wheelhouse, it’s worth a look. Presented by Kamal Gupta and Sirish Chandrasekara.
These features were announced just over a year ago. If you want to see a quick tour from that announcement, it’s online here. This talk should cover features that are already released.
We hope this has been helpful.