Who Will Make Our Future Serverless?
No matter where I go, or who I talk to, all I seem to hear about at the moment is serverless. It has almost got to the point where I ask myself: why would we be using anything else? In this article I will look at the different serverless frameworks from Amazon, Microsoft and Google […]
Building serverless web applications on AWS without API Gateway
Evolution in the Cloud: From EC2 stacks to Serverless
Since the public cloud was introduced, developers have had to navigate constant changes to the way that applications are designed and developed. Chris Stura, Chief Architect at Cloudreach, reflects on this evolution, considering the impact of serverless computing and where we can go from there. I have been writing code for as long as I […]
From Monolith to Micro-Serverless
We built a production-ready application in less than 3 weeks (eyebrow raise). I’m talking an available and scalable system that runs on-demand (what’s the catch?). And we did this whole thing without the help of a single DevOps guru (blasphemy!). If the title of this article didn’t already give it away, we built a set […]
Serverless Computing – What is it?
Serverless is a concept in Cloud Computing that has been growing in popularity over the last 12 months. It is very powerful and has a lot of potential. In this post, I hope to help explain what Serverless is, how it can be used and some examples of how it is being used in the […]
Serverless Architectures – Scalability Without Infrastructure
Today brings a long overdue blog post from Cloudy Towers on a topic which can legitimately be described as “hot” in the world of technology (and AWS especially): serverless infrastructures. Only a few years ago this term was coined to refer to the use of IaaS, i.e. “not owning any servers”. This is no longer […]