The world has embraced serverless computing, but some systems still end up with the same problems we thought would be a thing of the past.
William covers how we should apply familiar SOLID principles to our Serverless Application architecture and infrastructure. This lets you create systems that are are light, easy to maintain, and benefit from unbounded scalability! William also shares some techniques that can boost your serverless application’s resiliency to outages, security, and reduce coupling.
After this talk you can go ahead and build Rock SOLID Serverless Applications that will be able to withstand the test of time.
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About the speakers
William is a Solution Architect at SSW Melbourne with a strong focus on Azure, Automation, DevOps, and Serverless. He works closely with clients to build solutions, mentor development teams and have fun during the whole process.
In his spare time, he dives into the world of Bots, Machine Learning and 3D Graphics.
William is an active member of the Melbourne developer community where you can find him attending or presenting at user groups, hack days and conferences every time he has a chance! He is a mentor on the Azure Superpowers Tour and President of the Melbourne .NET User Group.
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