About this webinar
Building serverless applications results in the fastest "time to thank you" and iteration path for teams today. However, getting that velocity requires a few changes in the process of building, deploying, managing, and iterating applications from what development teams have done in the past.
No longer can you replicate an infrastructure environment on localhost. Iterating the managed cloud services your application pushes your infrastructure cycle times off your laptop and into the cloud. (Your IDE and editing your function stays on your laptop) Stackery makes this transition easy and safe.
This session will be a demonstration of how to build, deploy, and manage serverless applications. We'll show you how to:
Bring your serverless questions or even your existing AWS SAM or serverless.com template!
Q. What will I learn in 30 minutes?
A. You will learn how infrastructure services are defined and then paired the business logic in your application's functions. We'll show you how to make those steps easy and safe before moving on to packaging and deploying your apps, and finishing with managing dev, test, and production environments. Afterward, you can move on to tutorials and building your own apps or adding and accelerating existing projects.
Q. If I want to understand more about how serverless workflows are different from traditional workflows what should I read?
A. How about this? Five Ways Serverless Changes DevOps
Q: Wait, is Stackery a proprietary platform or abstraction between my code and AWS?
A: No way. That would be terrible. Stackery helps you effectively work with and understand standard and open source infrastructure as code configurations regardless of your AWS skill level. Everything that we help you build and deploy lives in your code repository and AWS account. If you want to go back to hand rolled template and environment management, nothing in the code prevents you from doing that.
Q: This time doesn't work for us, can we schedule a time for our team?
Nuatu heads Stackery's Solutions Architecture team. He has spent nearly 2 decades wrangling technology in a variety of roles and teams - Solutions Architecture, Site Reliability Engineering, Infrastructure, Traffic Shaping, Web Ops, High-throughput Switching/Networking, Systems Engineering, Data ...