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Modern applications are moving away from the traditional request/response loop to more event-driven patterns. The concept of “serverless” computing is floated around when discussing microservices and modern architectural design patterns. But what is serverless, and how - if at all - is it different than microservices?

We’re entering a world where developers won’t have to think about provisioning resources to run their code. While serverless computing sounds like nirvana, there’s an upfront investment in changing development and operational patterns to allow for such a level of automated orchestration. Meanwhile, innovative teams have embraced the use of microservices as a direct response to the costly and cumbersome monolithic methodologies of the past, but new questions have arisen around use cases, planning, and best practices for implementation.

This talk explains why now is the dawn of the serverless age. It also discusses best practices and tools that are available to address the challenges of service-driven architectures head-on while deploying in a serverless environment.

Modern applications are moving away from the traditional request/response loop to more event-driven patterns. The concept of “serverless” computing is floated around when discussing microservices and modern architectural design patterns. But what is serverless, and how - if at all - is it different than microservices?

We’re entering a world where developers won’t have to think about provisioning resources to run their code. While serverless computing sounds like nirvana, there’s an upfront investment in changing development and operational patterns to allow for such a level of automated orchestration. Meanwhile, innovative teams have embraced the use of microservices as a direct response to the costly and cumbersome monolithic methodologies of the past, but new questions have arisen around use cases, planning, and best practices for implementation.

This talk explains why now is the dawn of the serverless age. It also discusses best practices and tools that are available to address the challenges of service-driven architectures head-on while deploying in a serverless environment.

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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY: Ivan Dwyer - Head of Business Development Buzzwords: Microservices, containers and serverless PRESENTED BY: Dave Nugent - Developer Advocate
  2. 2. Why Serverless
  3. 3. About Me ⬢ CMU alum ⬢ Astrobiology at NASA ⬢ Consultant to PayPal, Kaiser Permanente, Deutsche Börse Group, SETI Institute ⬢ SF JavaScript, SF IoT meetups; ForwardJS, Forward Swift ⬢ Joined Iron.io March 2016 Dave Nugent | Dev Advocacy @drnugent
  4. 4. What We Do Iron.io delivers Docker-based job processing as a service for modern enterprises 70% of IT processes still performed in batch - Gartner 4 File Processing Data Processing ETL
  5. 5. 5 The Evolution of Deployed Application Server VM Container Monolith N-Tiered Microservices Major Release Software Updates Continuous Delivery Unit of Scale Application Architecture Deployment Model DIY Software Defined Event-Driven Workload Processing We are leading the Enterprise towards a “serverless” computing world
  6. 6. Impact on Organizations 6 Smaller single purpose services Agile Teams Independently developed and deployed components Shorter release cycles Lightweight cloud-native communication and processing Cost efficient scaling Standardizing on Containers No vendor/tech lock in Technology Business
  7. 7. First: Let’s look at the Most Recent Paradigm 7
  8. 8. Why are we still doing this? 8Source: http://www.slideshare.net/lkysow/monolith-to-microservices-lessons-from-the-trenches
  9. 9. One Hypothesis: Cultural Constructs “Any organization that designs a system (defined broadly) will produce a design whose structure is a copy of the organization's communication structure.” -- Melvyn Conway, 1967 9Credit: http://martinfowler.com/articles/microservices.html
  10. 10. Point of Interest: Legacy Players Flexible 10Source: http://www.slideshare.net/lkysow/monolith-to-microservices-lessons-from-the-trenches
  11. 11. Application & Platform Evolution Photo courtesy Peter Wagner, Wing.vc
  12. 12. Application & Platform Evolution Photo courtesy Peter Wagner, Wing.vc
  13. 13. Virtualization & Cloud ● Decoupled hardware and software ● Software-driven hardware
  14. 14. Application & Platform Evolution Photo courtesy Peter Wagner, Wing.vc
  15. 15. Microservices ● Trust and policy between distributed services ● Horizontally scalable applications built for cloud
  16. 16. Application & Platform Evolution Photo courtesy Peter Wagner, Wing.vc
  17. 17. Containers ● Allow extremely higher efficient sharing of resources ● Provides standard and minimizes software packaging ● Further decouples software from underlying host w/ no hypervisor
  18. 18. Application & Platform Evolution Photo courtesy Peter Wagner, Wing.vc Serverless
  19. 19. 19 Workloads: Legacy vs Serverless Pushed Running Requested Load Balanced Elastic Uploaded Ephemeral Triggered Queued Concurrent Legacy App Serverless Job Job-centric workloads have a different behavior than app-centric workloads
  20. 20. Event Driven ● Evented invocation of function/worker/task ● Producer to consumer one-way invocation ● Fire and forget model
  21. 21. Containerized ● Skip the virtual machine ● Microcontainers reduce network traffic ○ Alpine Linux, CoreOS, etc. ● Code becomes ultra-portable abstracting server and VM ● iron.io/microcontainers-tiny-portable-containers/
  22. 22. Composable ● Serverless roots grounded in SOA ● 3rd party providers bring scalable component code ● Examples: Algolia, Algorithmia, Cloudinary, Auth0, DynamoDB, on and on and on.
  23. 23. Workload Aware ● Understanding of the workload characteristics and properties ● Allows for self-healing and directing of workloads across specialized infrastructure
  24. 24. Colossal Clusterf**k Visualized
  25. 25. Developer Empowerment ● Moves the abstraction level up ● Spend more time on feature code ● Implement and extend 3rd party code
  26. 26. Organizational Impact Smaller single purpose services Agile Teams Independently developed and deployed functional components Shorter release cycles Lightweight cloud-native communication and processing Cost efficient scaling Standardizing on Containers No vendor/tech lock in Technology Business
  27. 27. Organizational Impact Speed / Time to Market Ability to respond to market demands
  28. 28. Serverless Platforms
  29. 29. AWS Lambda ● Pros ○ Native integration with all other AWS services ○ Scales nicely ○ Cheap ● Cons ○ Native integration with all other AWS services ○ Stuck with their machine images ○ IAM
  30. 30. Google Cloud Functions ● Pros ○ Integration to strong machine learning tools ○ Generally better performance per dollar ● Cons ○ TBD - We don’t know yet
  31. 31. Microsoft Azure Functions ● Pros ○ Private cloud support ○ Quickly innovating service feature set ● Cons ○ Azure
  32. 32. Iron.io ● Pros ○ Supports all public/private clouds ○ Docker-based w/ rich API ● Cons ○ More work to build triggers
  33. 33. ● Isn’t serverless computing impossible? FAQs
  34. 34. ● Aren’t the servers just managed by someone else? FAQs
  35. 35. ● Aren’t the servers just managed by someone else? FAQs
  36. 36. ● If these aren’t just buzzwords, how do I use them? FAQs
  37. 37. http://go.iron.io/serverless-computing-white-paper Just Published: Serverless White Paper
  38. 38. The Future is of Serverless
  39. 39. 39 Iron.io 325 9th St San Francisco, CA 94103 1-888-939-4623 www.iron.io dave@iron.io Questions? @drnugent http://go.iron.io/serverless-computing-white-paper

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