This week, our new serverless workshop, a coming webinar with Signal Sciences, and the best serverless news and blogs from around the web.

Hi there,

We couldn't come up with a third "W" in the email subject because we're not as creative as Corey Quinn of Last Week in AWS. But that said...

We've been heads down this week and working hard! This week we'll be giving our first "Operationalizing Serverless" workshop to area Boston startups. Our goal isn't just to introduce serverless on AWS to companies, but to demonstrate it in a way that resembles how how an engineering team might implement their developer workflow. We're covering getting services deployed in AWS with Serverless Framework, local and remote testing, CI/CD for deploying to multiple environments (e.g. development and production), and how to debug failure with IOpipe. Interested in our workshop and training offerings? Let's chat!

The excitement doesn't stop there. I'll be a guest on the Signal Sciences webinar on April 9th where we'll discuss serverless security. On this webinar I'll be answering questions using my ops background while their James Wickett will be answering from his security background. Have questions about security when it comes to serverless? Feel free to email them back to me or tweet to @ServerlessOpsIO.

We're also proud to have been noticed last week by AWS for pushing the boundaries of innovation using Serverless Application Repository with our Application Cost Monitoring nanoservice. (Hint: See the Featured Apps screenshot.)

Finally, below is a collection of the exciting serverless pieces we've collected from around the internet. There's insight into the growth of serverless compared to VMs, a set of AWS announcements, and much more.


Tom at ServerlessOps

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