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Building Resilient Serverless Systems with Non-Serverless Components

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Wednesday, October 16 2019
14:30 - 15:00

Serverless functions (like AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, and Azure Functions) have the ability to scale almost infinitely to handle massive workload spikes. While this is a great solution for computing, it can be a major problem for other downstream resources like RDBMS, third-party APIs, legacy systems, and even most managed services hosted by your cloud provider. Whether you’re maxing out database connections, exceeding API quotas, or simply flooding a system with too many requests at once, serverless functions can DDoS your components and potentially take down your application. 

In this keynote we’ll discuss strategies and architectural patterns to create highly resilient serverless applications that can mitigate and alleviate pressure on non-serverless downstream systems during peak load times.

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