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Defining Serverless — Part 3

This is Part 3 of a series defining Serverless Services in terms of five common traits, which John Chapin and I introduced in our free ebook from O'Reilly — What is Serverless?

Defining Serverless — Part 2

This is Part 2 of a series defining Serverless Services in terms of five common traits, which John Chapin and I introduced in our free ebook from O'Reilly — What is Serverless?

Defining Serverless — Part 1

In case you're new to my articles: Serverless Architecture is a new approach to building systems in the cloud. It incorporates Backends-as-a-Service (BaaS) — vendor-hosted, highly scalable, data and logic components to handle our needs for databases, messaging platforms, user management, and more.

What is Serverless?

Our mission at Symphonia is to bring the benefits of Serverless computing to our clients, and the industry. But what is Serverless? In this free e-book that we've produced in collaboration with O'Reilly, we explain what Serverless means and what its significant benefits are.

Podcast Interview with Stelligent

Mike and John chatted with our friends at Stelligent — Paul Duvall and Brian Jakovich as part of their DevOps in AWS Radio podcast series. We covered a lot in this conversation!

My keynote on Serverless from O'Reilly Software Architecture NYC

Last week I gave my second O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference keynote, giving an introduction to Serverless with some new thoughts that John Chapin and I have been mulling over the last few months, including unifying themes across various Serverless products.

Symphonia's Spring Tour!

Spring — a time of flowers blooming, days lengthening, temperatures warming, and, for the first time, a conference speaking tour by your friends at Symphonia!

Serverless Architectures

Last summer I wrote a multi-installment article on Serverless Architectures. Those that follow me online will know that I've become even more excited about this topic since then to the point of starting a business in this area with my good friend John Chapin.