Serverless Chats

Serverless Chats

Serverless Chats is a podcast that geeks out on everything serverless. Each week, Jeremy Daly chats with another serverless champion to explore and do a deep-dive into specific topics in the serverless space.... Show More

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August 2, 2020 48 min
In part 2 of this two-part episode, Jeremy finishes his chat with Paul Johnston about how the big cloud providers are addressing climate change, what the tech industry can do as a whole, the effect this will have on globalized business, and how the positive downstream impact of choosing serverless can create a more sustainable business.
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In part 1 of this two-part episode, Jeremy chats with Paul Johnston about how serverless compares to traditional computing in terms of being "green", the impact of data centers on climate, why efficiency is only a first step, what people in tech can do to affect change, and so much more.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Erica Windisch about the challenges with monitoring and troubleshooting serverless applications, why observability is so important with serverless, what advancements have been made over the last year, and so much more.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Sven Al Hamad about how Webiny makes building serverless applications easier, why everyone from small startups to large enterprises should be choosing serverless, whether or not Webiny could be a WordPress killer, and much more.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Rafal Wilinski about the challenges developers face when using DynamoDB, why DynamoDB makes sense for applications big and small, and why we need more tools like Dynobase to make working with your data easier.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Matthieu Napoli about why PHP is still an important part of the web landscape, how Bref can help you make existing PHP workloads serverless, and whether or not PHP devs will embrace serverless design patterns.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Joe Duffy about the biggest challenges for teams working in the cloud, how infrastructure-as-code (IaC) helps teams collaborate better, the distinction between serverless developers and cloud engineers, and a lot more.
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In this special episode, we look back at the first year of Serverless Chats.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Tim Wagner about the history behind AWS Lambda, why the stateless versus stateful debate rages on, how to use serverless as a supercomputer, what innovations are still needed, and so much more.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Adrian Hornsby about why you need to embrace failure at scale, how to avoiding cascading failures, when to cache for resiliency, and much more.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Guillermo Rauch about the difference between front-end and backend serverless, how we should think about and build for scale, why latency down to the first contentful paint is so important, and so much more.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Jared Short about why you shouldn't try to master every cloud service, what's wrong with the "lift and shift" approach, why thinking about transparency right from the beginning will result in better applications, and a lot more.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Linda Nichols about why modern cloud developers should be writing less code, how new deployment processes affect the testing culture, why Ops teams are still really important, and much more.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Mike Roberts about his new book, why Java shops should be just fine moving to AWS Lambda, how we need to approach testing serverless applications, and much more.
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In this episode, Jeremy finishes his chat with Gareth McCumskey about serverless use cases including parallel compute, email processing, cron jobs, offline/async processing and machine learning.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Gareth McCumskey about a number of production-ready serverless use cases including RESTful APIs, GraphQL, WebSockets, and capturing clickstream data in PART 1 of this two-part conversation.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Alex DeBrie about why he wrote the DynamoDB Book, what are some key concepts to keep in mind when modeling data, and how using the right strategies can help you create more powerful single table designs.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Stephen Pinkerton and Darcy Rayner about how organizations are adopting serverless, what enterprises like DataDog are doing with it, and what comes after serverless.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Susanne Kaiser about the problems with poor software design, how Wardley Maps can help you focus on your core business domains, what are the patterns and practices of Domain Driven Design, and how they can help you build better serverless backends.
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In this episode, Jeremy chats with Paul Swail about the types of messaging systems available from AWS, how to use them with your serverless applications, and why thinking asynchronously is important to building resilient systems.
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