Recently, I noticed an emerging workload running on our platform: the JAMstack. These JAMstack web apps can take many forms across 30+ frameworks, but examples like Gatsby or Hugo are easy to get started with.
Inspired by JamstackConf we built Jamstackery.website. This mini-site runs on AWS. Our hope is that this mini-site demonstrates the promise of an architecture that blends containers with functions, and all the supporting certificates, permissions, and resources necessary to provide a world-class infrastructure.
As a 10-year DevOps & IT Automation veteran, I expect we'll see a lot about AWS Serverless at re:Invent for 3 key reasons. Adoption of AWS Serverless has reached over half of AWS users, they're facing fierce user-focused competition from the Edge, but AWS has been steadily closing key gaps in offering enterprise-grade managed services.