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Serverless and NoOps: Present, future, and keys to success
Part of the For Cloud Professionals podcast series
Serverless computing is a big part of the cloud's future, especially for NoOps. But it must be implemented wisely, with a sound grasp of the technical and human elements involved. Companies must also be aware of potential pitfalls and ways to avoid them.
Delivering on the promise of serverless computing and NoOps
In this week's episode, David Linthicum chats with Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Ken Corless and Gary Arora about all things serverless: how it relates to NoOps, upsides, downsides, and the human element. In a wide-ranging discussion, they tackle what serverless is, and isn't, and how it’s moving towards NoOps. They also discuss hybrid environments, security, automation, and the bright future for serverless.
Disclaimer: As referenced in this podcast, “Google” refers to Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
[T]he reality you have to first understand is getting to this serverless architecture, where do I get the most benefit? [L]ook at the areas of your systems that are undergoing the most change or competitive pressure in the marketplace with your digital strategy, and getting to the agility that is promised by a serverless architecture usually has the most benefit where you have to respond rapidly to business change.
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