Agile + DevOps East 2019 Tutorial: Getting Started with Microservices and Serverless

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Tuesday, November 5, 2019 - 8:30am to 4:30pm

Getting Started with Microservices and Serverless

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Do you wonder how computers can be “serverless”? Does “microservices” seem like just another buzzword? These two technologies are actually changing software design and operations. They work together to help solve complex problems by breaking them down into smaller pieces through loose coupling and modularization. Where some traditional software design techniques required assembling a monolithic piece of software on a platform, a microservices architecture and a serverless programming paradigm focus more on how to keep the pieces independent, orthogonal in function, and interconnected efficiently. In this hands-on tutorial we’ll look at useful design principles to use when implementing them, the underlying technologies needed to make them work effectively, and how they differ from monolithic techniques. You’ll gain an understanding of how to create simple applications, basic troubleshooting skills, limitations in the underlying implementation, and an idea of what to monitor in a production implementation.

Glenn_Buckholz
Coveros

Glenn Buckholz leads CI and deployment automation efforts at Coveros. Using his more than fifteen years of industry experience, Glenn brings success to his customers. Beginning his career as a consultant implementing automated test frameworks, he introduced the concept of change management to many, many projects. After moving on from consulting, Glenn settled down at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board as their full-time enterprise change manager. He eventually ventured back into the real world at Coveros, where he specializes in implementing agile practices, implementing CI, and engineering configuration management instead of simply documenting it.