June 21-24, 2022
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Tuesday, June 21 • 2:05pm - 2:45pm
Managing Your Serverless Servers, Again! - Amy Arambulo Negrette, DigitalOcean

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Serverless is a rapidly evolving paradigm where once the one big product, now various providers have their own vision for what serverless should be and their products to support it including managed compute, databases, and other core services. Still, the heart of serverless architecture is using Functions as a Service to handle your logic needs. This is done by spinning up containers to run these functions on demand. For many use cases, this would be enough. Other times, you would need to manage small configurations such as time outs and memory. More often, a developer needs to use third-party libraries or a company built and maintained library. But, what else do you look out for once your function is ready to run into the wild? Be prepared to know how your tests, logs, and other necessities live. This talk will go over the current FaaS, how to use functions for your particular use case, how to find the limits of your function, and what to do once they've gone to prod. Originally presented at ServerlessConf 2019, this talk will focus less on provider specific use cases, and more how to manage the cloud function itself beyond a 'hello, world,' scenario.

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Amy Arambulo Negrette

Developer Advocate, DigitalOcean
With over ten years industry experience, Amy Arambulo Negrette has built web applications for a variety of industries including Yahoo! Fantasy Sports and NASA Ames Research Center. One of her projects modernized two legacy systems impacting the entire research center and won her a... Read More →

Tuesday June 21, 2022 2:05pm - 2:45pm CDT
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