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Evolutionary Serverless Architecture: JeffConfg Hamburg 2018 talk

Michael Wittig – 03 Apr 2018

I want to share my JeffConf Hamburg talk with you: Evolutionary Serverless Architecture

Evolutionary Serverless Architecture

A system architecture often struggles to adapt to new requirements. Serverless architectures can evolve because the small building blocks are easier to replace. I demonstrate the concept with an example: our Slack bot marbot. marbot supports your DevOps team to detect and solve incidents on AWS. How and why have we changed the architecture when moving from hackathon to product? How do we ensure that we are on the right track? Watch the talk for answers!

Malwine took visual notes (Sketchnotes) of my talk:

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Michael Wittig

Michael Wittig

I’m an independent consultant, technical writer, and programming founder. All these activities have to do with AWS. I’m writing this blog and all other projects together with my brother Andreas.

In 2009, we joined the same company as software developers. Three years later, we were looking for a way to deploy our software—an online banking platform—in an agile way. We got excited about the possibilities in the cloud and the DevOps movement. It’s no wonder we ended up migrating the whole infrastructure of Tullius Walden Bank to AWS. This was a first in the finance industry, at least in Germany! Since 2015, we have accelerated the cloud journeys of startups, mid-sized companies, and enterprises. We have penned books like Amazon Web Services in Action and Rapid Docker on AWS, we regularly update our blog, and we are contributing to the Open Source community. Besides running a 2-headed consultancy, we are entrepreneurs building Software-as-a-Service products.

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