We all know what’s cool now in the cloud: microservices, devops, containers, and machine learning.
It’s what guys like me are writing and speaking about. However, the overapplication of these technologies could end up hurting you greatly. Here’s why.On one hand, I want to promote the use of new technology, such as cloud computing and containers.

But, on the other hand, I need to have a good understanding of what business problems my clients are looking to solve, to determine the correct application of any technology, new, old, hyped, taken for granted, whatever. [ A developer’s guide: Get started with serverless computing.

Then learn how to use Microsoft‘s Azure Functions and how to use AWS Lambda for serverless computing. | Build ’em now! 5 uses for serverless frameworks. ]

What typically happens is that the people looking to move into cloud are up on all the hyped technologies.
It’s like shopping for a new car: You can have a pretty long list what you think you need: self-parking, heated seats, bending lights, voice assistance, childproof seating, maybe short-range flight.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Leave a Reply