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Discussion on: Serverless is Ready, Developers Are Not

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Ibrahim Cesar Author

I don't think any framework / app/ system is for everyone. I don't know in what point or what tools you used but with AWS Amplify you can literally create a CRUD app these days in less than half a hour with authentication. Sure, unpolished and you'll need more work, but the basics will be all set!

But no means I'm advocating "all things serverless". My point is serverless is mature but we need understanding how fits with our current mental models and team topologies.

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Yaser Al-Najjar

Well, to understand how it fits we will need to see real world successful applications that are built on serverless model.

Would you please point me to any such examples?

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Ibrahim Cesar Author • Edited

Lego Group has adopted with much success: medium.com/lego-engineering/the-po...

...and there's lterally a page called AWS Serverless Customer Success: aws.amazon.com/serverless/customer... with all sorts of real world successful applications that are built on serverless model

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Yaser Al-Najjar

Thank you so much!

I will read these and come back 😄

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Ibrahim Cesar Author

Found another high level use case, BBC: twitter.com/drewfirment/status/137...

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Yaser Al-Najjar

Thanks again @ibrahimcesar
I've read the articles and from what I understood Lambda good use cases are for apps that have high/undetermined load.

And they're not for usual apps that we can spin in mins with Heroku.

Forem Open with the Forem app