June 15th, 2018 | Season 2 | 33 mins 31 secs
application infrastructure, business, business process, cloud, containers, distributed systems, dockercon, public cloud, serverless, serverless application architecture, software, software development
This week on Context we’re talking with The New Stack correspondent Mark Boyd who writes this week about the business process and cultural decisions that play into building a serverless application architecture.
August 17th, 2016 | Season 1 | 10 mins
cloud-native development, container orchestration, developers, devops, operations, serverless, serverless computing, serverless technology, software implementation
“Serverless computing,” at the time of this writing, is an emerging ideal that’s past the embryonic stage, yet not quite fully formed. It has a variety of advocates, some of whom make more sense than others.
But what does the term “serverless” mean, exactly? We speak with two such advocates who put forth the most sensible cases thus far: Michael Hausenblas, a developer and developer advocate at Mesosphere, and author of a recent New Stack article entitled, “Making Sense of Serverless Computing”; and Chad Arimura, the CEO of Iron.io and a previous guest of our podcasts.