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Disaster Tolerance Patterns Using AWS Serverless Services

By making use of existing features within several AWS serverless services, it is straight forward to create an architecture that is tolerant of regional failures (or smaller scopes) without any significant additional effort. Further, the resulting architecture is self-healing and requires negligible operational maintenance even during a failure event. In this blog post, founder […]

Another What Is Serverless Architecture Article

This is my article on Serverless Architecture. There are many like it, but this one is mine. The emergence of serverless architecture is the next shift in cloud computing, which involves abstracting software and system engineers away from explicit infrastructure, servers, server deployments, installed software, etc… Enterprise grade software solutions built with a serverless architecture […]

Migrating an enterprise monolith web application to a microservice based serverless architecture

Proud to be able to record this session at the Denver Serverless Meetup monthly meeting, where Chad Robinson will cover the following:   Real-world migration of a monolithic architecture to a serverless architecture Team makeup Resources available Goals What it’s like to scale for millions of users Two examples of services we chose NOT to […]

What’s the difference between Serverless Architecture and PaaS (Platform as a Service).

Mike Roberts has published a great article on the difference between Serverless Architecture and PaaS (Platform as a Service).  He also goes into great detail on examples of Serverless Architecture, some third party products, and mentions some of the services from Amazon AWS that are availalb to help build Servless Architectures.       Click […]

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