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Episode #118: Serverless software

Published Tues, Jun 27, 2017, recorded Wed, May 24, 2017.


Let's consider the progression we've been on over the past 15 or so years.

We've gone from software and operating systems that we manage running on hardware that we own (and babysit), to virtual machines on our hardware, to IaaS in the cloud and PaaS in the cloud. Then onward to containers, usually docker, running on someone else's systems in the cloud, and maybe even microservices which are conglomerates of these containers working together managed by Kubernetes.

Where do we go from there? I can't tell you the final destination, but I believe we've reached a leaf node in this hierarchy with our topic today.

On this, episode 118 of Talk Python To Me, with Ryan Scott Brown, we are going to explore serverless computing. It's an interesting paradigm shift and I hope you enjoy this conversation.

It was recorded May 24th, 2017.

Links from the show:

Ryan on Twitter: @ryan_sb
Ryan's site: serverlesscode.com
Building Python 3 Apps On The Serverless Framework: serverlesscode.com/post/python-3-on-serverless-framework
Hello Retail: github.com/Nordstrom/hello-retail
iRobot on Lambda: youtube.com/watch?v=g0M0PN2bFFA
ZAPPA: Serverless Python Web Services: zappa.io
AWS Lambda: aws.amazon.com/lambda
Building scikitlearn for AWS Lambda: serverlesscode.com/post/scikitlearn-with-amazon-linux-container
Gone in 60 milliseconds: youtube.com/watch?v=YZ058hmLuv0
Ryan's course: The Serverless Framework with GraphQL: acloud.guru/learn/serverless-with-graphql
Ryan's course: AWS Lambda: acloud.guru/learn/aws-lambda

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Ryan Scott Brown
Ryan Scott Brown
Ryan works at Ansible on cloud modules and the Ansible-Container project, and has spent years working on automation tooling and cloud-native applications. He also writes about serverless technologies at serverlesscode.com with a focus on mixing existing and legacy applications with the new slew of as-a-Service offerings available to developers today.


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