DevOps in the era of serverless computing


Computing is moving fast towards an API-only model where canonical infrastructure (containers, VM's and servers) are rendered obsolete and replaced by an undefined, "serverless" Function-as-a-service (FaaS) model. If this is the lay of the land, what roles are left to the army of "DevOps engineers" that are now filling the ranks of uncountable enterprises and startups? As any transformational change, fear and anxiety for job security might lead some to close down and reject the unstoppable trend upon us; however, I'll argue that this could be the beginning of a DevOps 3.0 revolution.

Language: English

Level: Intermediate

Alessandro Vozza

Technical Evangelist - Microsoft

Alessandro has been around Open Source for as long as he can remember, and he started cultivating the DevOps community in Amsterdam when it was not an hype. After many transitions, he now settled as Technical Evangelist for Microsoft, pushing for adoption of state of the art DevOps practises and culture across different industries and communities.

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