A serverless cloud computing execution model is one where the cloud provider dynamically manages the provision and allocation of servers. When you want to build an app, your development structure is broken down into two major parts. The first part includes general expectations for the running of the app, this is what AWS calls the “undifferentiated heavy lifting” generally found in every app and usually common from one to the other and includes things like setting up and running the servers where you deploy the app or running your CD tools.
AWS provides the most comprehensive, secure, and cost-effective portfolio of services for every step of building a data lake and analytics architecture. These services include data migration, cloud infrastructure, management tools, analytics services, visualization tools, and machine learning. In this post we analyze the available solutions.
New data-driven apps, data lake architectures, products, and services create more data that can be stored and managed in the cloud, which allows organizations to develop new capabilities and apps, gain new insights, and deliver new products. Presented strategy is a step-wise, repeatable process, which must be run project by project, like turning a flywheel, building momentum with each turn.
Brace yourselves. Serverless is coming! - You must have heard the term serverless. It is 2019, and everyone in IT is buzzword driven. Many of the companies are actively participating in or seriously considering taking part in the serverless revolution. Is it worth it? What is in it for you? I would like to focus on not-so-obvious advantages that the technology brings to the table - in particular, business-wise.
The most challenging part is to make such a guideline actionable and the least opinionated as you can. My goal is to present and identify critical factors which should restrain you from migrating off AWS just because of the newer, shinier option. However, before we present the guides, I would like to start with the rectification.
If you have been paying attention to the tech industry lately, you would have noticed a surprising trend, large enterprises are moving away from Amazon Web Service (AWS) over to Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Some of the faults can be squarely laid on Amazon’s front-door but others can be attributed to the competitive advantage GCP has gotten over AWS.