M Khalid wrote:Hi,
I have read tech blogs regarding Serverless Programming.
Is this book releated to basic Programming or Advanced level?
Thanks and All the best for the book
Liutauras Vilda wrote:Welcome to the ranch, Heartin Kanikathottu,
Asif Haciyev wrote:Hi
Heartin, I want to know when is the right time to start reading this book? I mean what are the prerequisites? I have learned Java SE and now I am beginner in Java EE. Could you provide me roadmap to reach this book?
Adriana Vargas wrote:Very interesting and relevant topic.
Best luck with the book !!!
Lucian Revnic wrote:Hello,
Welcome to The Ranch!
Are Serverless technologies considered to be production ready by enterprise companies?
I see many challenges such as testing serverless apps, security of serverless apps, sharing common code across functions inside apps etc that seems to not be fully addressed yet by the vendors.
What is your perspective on these?
Lanny Gilbert wrote:Actually, a couple of questions
1.) Does your book cover how to take an app that is running successfully in a K8S environment and move it to AWS (or other) platform for serverless execution?
2.) If not, what advice would you give to move a K8S app to serverless? Actually, your advice is welcome whether it's in the book or not.
Billy Tsai wrote:I also want to ask the author that does the book cover FaaS & BaaS? what are some frameworks we can use with Mesos Marathon, K8 to achieve those, I know AWS has Lambda, what about Azure and Google Cloud?
sourabh girdhar wrote:Hi Heartin,
Generally people get confused that you need to have functional programs to run in server-less architecture. Also there are few scenarios where server-less may not be apt.
What's your view on these two topics ?
Does you book cover about how to think about designing applications to be server-less ?