Jeremy chats with Bret McGowen about how Google Cloud Run can make containers serverless, why Knative is important for building developer platforms, and what the future of serverless looks like at Google Cloud.
In this special episode, Jeremy outlines a number of topics for people learning serverless, and lets his guests from the first 20 episodes explain the details of each, and why they're important.
Jeremy chats with Sheen Brisals about the problems the LEGO Group was trying to solve with serverless, what they learned from their journey, and what's the idea behind "functionless."
Jeremy continues his talk with Michael Hart about pushing the limits of Lambda. They discuss Michael's new "yumda" project, how to use Lambda for machine learning hyperparameter optimization, and whether or not Lambdas should call Lambdas!
Jeremy chats with Michael Hart about the inner workings of AWS Lambda, the hows and whys of Custom Runtimes & Layers, Docker Lambda, serverless CI and so much more! This is PART 1 of a two-part conversation.
Jeremy chats with Brian LeRoux about why he and his team built the Architect Framework, how it makes building modern serverless apps easier, and why DynamoDB should be your cloud database of choice.
Jeremy chats with Rowan Udell about the benefits of state machines, the core functionality and advanced features of AWS Step Functions, and some recommendations for building smarter serverless workflows.
Jeremy chats with Gillian Armstrong and Mark McCann about Liberty Mutual's strategy for serverless adoption, how they evangelized serverless and focused on developer enablement, and some of the successful serverless projects they've launched.
Jeremy chats with Forrest Brazeal about the CI/CD challenges facing enterprises, how to take a pragmatic approach to building pipelines for your serverless projects, and what tools are available to help you.
Jeremy chats with Efi Merdler-Kravitz about moving your team to serverless, running and growing your serverless development team, and managing roles and specializations in serverless environments.
Jeremy chats with Emrah Şamdan about discovering problems before they cause issues, what constitutes signals of failure in serverless applications, and how we can be better prepared to respond to incidents.
Jeremy chats with Hillel Solow about what's different with security in serverless, which attack vectors are actually being targeted, and how we can significantly increase our security posture with good coding practices.
Jeremy chats with Slobodan Stojanović about why testing is important, how it changes with serverless, and how to make our applications more testable using hexagonal architecture.
Jeremy chats with Gunnar Grosch about the motivations behind chaos engineering, how we run chaos experiments, and what are some of the common weaknesses we can test for in our serverless applications.
Jeremy chats with Ran Ribenzaft about the three pillars of observability, how we instrument our code, and the how and why of distributed tracing in modern applications.
Jeremy chats with Taylor Otwell about Laravel Vapor, a new service that lets you deploy your Laravel PHP applications to Amazon Web Services and run them using a fully managed suite of serverless components.
Jeremy chats with Erik Peterson about cultural changes around cost optimization in the cloud, cost as a first class metric, and how to predict total cost of ownership (TCO) according to your product roadmap.
Jeremy chats with Mike Deck about Amazon EventBridge and how it works, what it means for the future of webhooks, and how we can use it to build serverless event-driven applications.
Jeremy chats with Chase Douglas about how serverless applications change our development workflows, what a local development process looks like, and some tools we can use to help make our lives easier.
Jeremy chats with Marcia Villalba about the benefits of building applications with GraphQL, how to use AWS AppSync to build serverless applications with it, and some best practices for using it in your projects.
Jeremy chats with Nitzan Shapira from Epsagon about building resilient serverless applications, what can go wrong with serverless, and what we should do to make sure our applications are working as expected.
Jeremy chats with Alex DeBrie from Serverless, Inc. about the choices facing developers when building serverless applications, and when a practical approach sometimes trumps best practices.