Serverless Architecture Conference
Mastering Cloud Native Architectures, Serverless Development and Functions


Exactly Once in Distributed Systems

If distributed systems are used, as is the case with microservices, distributed data processing (often asynchronous via message queues) is on the daily agenda. When messages are exchanged, they often need to be processed exactly once. As it turns out, it’s not so easy.

Watch Keynote: Platformized Approach to Engineering

This talk stresses how Platform Engineering promotes organizational sustainability by addressing short-term gains' pitfalls. Through DevOps principles, robust support systems, and standardized architectures, it enables faster delivery and empowers engineers. The case study illustrates its tangible benefits for organizations.

Watch Session: Generative AI Applications in the Serverless World

At the forefront of technological innovation, Generative AI is revolutionizing search capabilities and reaching new milestones in observability. In the session "Generative AI Applications in the Serverless World," presented by Diana Todea at the Serverless Architecture Conference, attendees embark on a journey through the current landscape of Generative AI technology.

Watch Session: Serverless-Side Rendering Micro-Frontends

The Serverless Architecture Conference hosted a groundbreaking session titled "Serverless-Side Rendering Micro-Frontends," featuring Luca Mezzalira as the esteemed speaker. Despite the passage of time, the relevance of this topic persists, making it worthy of renewed attention.

Serverless Functions with GraalVM on AWS Lambda

GraalVM Native Images are a powerful tool for reducing startup times and memory requirements of Java applications on AWS Lambda. By compiling Java bytecode to native machine code, GraalVM can significantly improve cold start performance and reduce overall resource consumption.

The New Serverless With AWS

Until now, AWS Lambda has been the typical serverless representative for compute, transport, and filtering operations. However, new developments from the cloud provider makes it possible to reduce these responsibilities and create a more efficient (event-driven) architecture. Will this eventually make Lambda functions a thing of the past?

AWS Lambda: Getting Started with Serverless

AWS Lambda is a serverless, event-driven compute service that lets you run code for virtually any type of application or backend service without provisioning or managing servers. You can trigger a Lambda function from event sources such as a variety of AWS services or your own applications. Lambda can handle anything from a few requests per day to thousands per second, and you only ever pay for what you use.

The path from set-up to a functioning serverless application

A serverless infrastructure offers flexible resource management with exact usage-based billing. The advantages of using it for companies are therefore obvious. But how does the set-up of a functioning serverless application work and how does serverless computing prove itself in practical everyday life?
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Software Architecture & Design
Software innovation & more
Architecture structure & more
Agile & Communication
Methodologies & more
Emerging Technologies
Everything about the latest technologies
DevOps & Continuous Delivery
Delivery Pipelines, Testing & more
Cloud & Modern Infrastructure
Everything about new tools and platforms
Big Data & Machine Learning
Saving, processing & more