You get serverless. Your team gets serverless. But does your organization get serverless?
You know a serverless architecture is the right solution for a project, but your vice president of engineering is pushing back, probably because it’s not obvious how a serverless architecture will fit into the organization’s existing development, testing, and release processes. Their intuition that new techniques are needed to effectively maintain and extend serverless architectures is spot on. But they can be convinced serverless is the right approach if you show them successful patterns.
Chase Douglas shares techniques to help organizations achieve operational visibility and collaboration with serverless architectures. With the patterns and examples you learn, you’ll be able to convince everyone in your organization that serverless architectures are easier to both build and maintain through the entire development lifecycle.
Chase Douglas is the cofounder and CTO of Stackery.io, an operations console for organizations building serverless applications and services. His experience runs the gamut from technical to managerial concerns. He’s specifically focused on how teams of developers build products collaboratively. Previously, Chase was vice president of engineering at a web application security company, technical architect for the New Relic Browser, and an architect for multitouch implementation for the Linux desktop.
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