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With the release of AWS Lambda there has been a sustained movement toward experimentation and adoption of serverless architecture. These types of architectures allow developer to build rich, scalable, high-perfoming, and cost-effective applications without having to maintain traditional multi-tier backends. In addition to being able to run custom code in a compute service such as Lambda, you also have access to a dizzying array of powerful single-purpose services. By composing and combining these services together in a loose orchestration you can build complex yet easy to understand systems.
This talk is about how to create scalable applications using serverless architecture with AWS Lambda, API Gateway, and other services based on your experience building a large serverless platform.
Having attended this talk you will walk away with an understanding of:
How serverless differs from traditional architectures, its major benefits and disadvantages. How Peter built a serverless system that supports tens of thousands of concurrent users, the challenges they faced and how they solved them.
Best practice for using a front-end SPA framework with serverless architecture.
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Serverless: the future of software architecture
Bio: Dr. Peter Sbarski is CTO at Ephemeral Pty Ltd and VP of Engineering at A Cloud Guru. He's also the author of Serverless Architectures on AWS. Peter has had an extensive career working with prominent Australian IT companies and has led teams across large enterprise solutions, with a focus on web and AWS cloud technologies.