Serverless Architecture is an umbrella topic which encompasses a merge of infrastructure and software development like never before. For our first event we have two presentations that will set the stage of what Serverless Architecture is about, relevant both to experienced architects and to those who did not yet have a chance to work with FaaS (functions as a service) first hand.
Scaling Serverless to Real World applications
by Avner Braverman and Michael Adda from Binaris
- Review of the state of Microservices
- Short introduction to Serverless
- Serverless, the missing parts
- Demo of a Serverless application
Serverless Applications with AWS
by Evgeny Zislis
AWS Lambda service pushed the functions-as-a-service to mainstream. This presentation will show:
- Lambda integration with other AWS services, an
- Example of creating an application without buying servers on AWS,
- Tools and methods to write Lambda on a local development environment.
Who will be talking:
Avner Braverman, Binaris CEO
Avner architected and developed systems software, from Linux and BSD kernel work to distributed storage and compute systems. He tackled data path, management and scalability issues and dabbled in hardware design. Avner is passionate about user experience and built web, mobile and desktop applications. Avner holds BSc and MSc degrees in computer science from the Hebrew University.
Michael Adda, Binaris Chief Engineer
Michael is a Unix hacker who’s seen and tinkered with almost every Unix and Linux variant released in the last 25 years. He has designed and developed high performance distributed systems for storage, compute and security. Michael holds a BSc in math and computer science from the Hebrew University.
Evgeny Zislis, Devops Israel CTO
Evgeny is a leading figure in the Israeli IT operations crowd. For the last five years consulting with clients about their needs in configuration management, cloud, containers and other technologies. He is the CTO of Devops Israel, manager of the Operations Israel community on Facebook, and both Devops and Docker meetups in Israel.
See you there!