April 12, 2017
Take 3, Scene 21: Building a Serverless Architecture
Derek Tiffany and Huagen Peng join us for this episode of Take 3 to talk us through the process of building a serverless architecture, and why this can be a smart business move.
Having a serverless architecture means that developers can still build and run applications and services without the infrastructure management. Instead, all of the servers and server management are done through a third party host. This not only cuts down on storage costs, but also on time and personnel spent managing servers for applications, databases, and storage systems.
Listen to the Episode
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- Derek and Huagen detail the components of a serverless architecture and how it differs from architectures that rely on servers for functionality
- We explore the business value of moving development and production to a serverless architecture set-up
- Huagen and Derek explain the process behind building a serverless architecture and how it differs from traditional architecture with servers
About the Guests
Derek Tiffany is a Technology Manager for 3Pillar Global with expertise across multiple technologies, including Microsoft .NET and Java frameworks. His specialities include mobile development, enterprise application, and framework integration.
Huagen Peng is a Senior Software Engineer for 3Pillar Global. He is a Certified Scrum Master and has experience with multiple technologies, including Java, Python, jQuery, and mySQL.
About The Innovation Engine
Since 2014, 3Pillar has published The Innovation Engine, a podcast that sees a wide range of innovation experts come on to discuss topics that include technology, leadership, and company culture. You can download and subscribe to The Innovation Engine on Apple Podcasts. You can also tune in via the podcast’s home on Spotify to listen online, via Android or iOS, or on any device supporting a mobile browser.