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Patterns of serverless micro-services

Sep 5, 2019 · Norrmalm, Sweden

Welcome to the first meetup this fall.

We are happy to have Nicolas Moutschen, AWS, and Gunnar Grosch, Opsio, with us to talk about serverless.

Agenda:
17:30 - Doors open
18:00 - Introduction
18:15 - Nicolas Moutschen - Patterns of serverless micro-services
19:30 - Gunnar Grosch - Performing chaos in a serverless world
20:00 - Q&A, networking
20:30 - Doors close

There will be food and something to drink available.

We want to thank Omegapoint (https://jobb.omegapoint.se/) for hosting this event.

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Patterns of serverless micro-services

Many discussions around serverless technologies revolve around the details within a single service. While the devil is in the detail, there are also design considerations when we look at the bigger picture.

During this talk, let’s take a step back and look at how you can design effective communication patterns for serverless applications.

We will look at the pros and cons of AWS services available for service-to-service communication, including Amazon EventBridge, how to manage the lifecycle of micro-services, and what you should include within your micro-services.

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Performing chaos in a serverless world

The principles of chaos engineering have been battle-tested for years using traditional infrastructure and containerized microservices, but how do they work with serverless functions and managed services? Join as we move from talking about principles to performing real chaos in a serverless world!

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About Nicolas

Nicolas Moutschen is a Solutions Architect at AWS where he helps customers design secure, scalable, reliable and cost-effective architectures. He is also subject matter expert for serverless technologies and passionate about their potential to accelerate speed of innovation and reduce concern space.

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About Gunnar

Gunnar is Cloud Evangelist at Opsio based in Sweden. He has almost 20 years of experience in the IT industry, having worked as a front and backend developer, operations engineer within cloud infrastructure, technical trainer as well as several different management roles. Gunnar’s favorite subjects are serverless and chaos engineering.

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