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Serverless is a hot topic in the software architecture world and also one of the points of contention. Serverless can let you run our code without provisioning or managing servers. You don't have to think about servers at all. Things like elasticity or resilience might not longer be our problem anymore. On the other hand, you have to embrace a little bit different approach how to design our applications. You also have to give up a lot of control we might want and the most importantly you have to use technology which just might not be ready.
In this talk, you will discover if it is worth to use serverless in our applications, what are the advantages and disadvantages of this approach. Secondly, you will explore the various use cases that were done considering serverless and what was the result. And finally, you will learn how Scala fits into this. This talk should be interesting if you are considering using serverless or just heard this word somewhere and would like to learn more. The talk is a little bit more focused on AWS but the understanding of the concepts covered should be beneficial even if you prefer a different service provider.
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Real World Serverless
Petr is a Consultant who specializes in the design and implementation of highly scaleable, reactive and resilient distributed systems. He is a functional programming and open source enthusiast and has expertise in the area of big data and machine classification techniques.