Serverless as a Game Changer

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Foreword

Part I: The Serverless Mindset

Chapter 1: Introduction

How Many Employees Does It Take to Make and Run a Scalable Social Network?

Leveraging Technology as It Improves

Software Development Has Been Improving Constantly.

But Isn't Being Adopted Effectively

This Book Is For.

Executives in Business and Technology

Enterprises

Startups and Smaller Businesses

This Book Is Not About.

Service-Oriented Architectures

Monoliths and Microservices

No-Code/Low-Code Platforms

Structure of the Book

References

Chapter 2: The Real Cost of Software Development

Types of Costs

Direct Costs

Opportunity Costs

Indirect Costs

Fixed Costs

Variable Costs

Sunk Costs

Controllable Costs

Undifferentiated Heavy Lifting

Code Is a Liability

The Experience Is the Asset

References

Chapter 3: Serverless Architectures

The Amazon Way

What Is Serverless?

Serverless Is a Focus on Business Value

Serverless Means Not Our Uptime

Four Technical Criteria for Serverless

Parts of Serverless Applications

Managed Services

Front Ends

Back Ends and Functions

References

Chapter 4: Serverless Objections, Serverless Success

Loss of Control

Other Common Objections

Lock-In

Performance and Cold Starts

Security, Especially in Multitenancy

Success Stories

iRobot

Lego

The COVID Tracking Project

It Is Just the Beginning

References

Part II: Real-World Serverless

Chapter 5: Introducing Branch

Serverless from the Start

The Problem to Solve

Key Differentiators/What to Build

What to Buy

Minimize the Innovation Tokens

Minimize the Number of Technologies

Organizational Overview

Top-Level Departments

Technology Organization

Architectural Overview and Cloud Bill

Cloud Bills

The Branch Software Development Lifecycle

Problem Definition

Design

Software Product

Development

Deployment

Infrastructure

Running

References

Chapter 6: Introducing Insureco

The History of Insureco

Organizational Structure

Key Performance Indicators

Digital Transformation

Marketing Organization

Technology Organization

Architectural Overview

The Insureco Software Development Lifecycle

UI/UX Design

Product

Developers

Infrastructure

Deploying

Running

Life at Insureco

References

Chapter 7: The Clash of Cultures

The Drivers of the Business Benefits of Technology

How U.S. Insurance Companies Drive Better Outcomes

Launch New Products, New States

Improve User Experience

Speed of Information to Action

How Serverless Drives Faster, Better Action

Most Organizations View Software Development as Too Slow

The Importance of Organizational Attitude

References

Part III: Getting to Serverless

Chapter 8: Getting to Serverless

Winning Hearts and Minds

Don't Build

Downscope

The Metrics That Matter

Change Lead Time (Cycle Time)

Deployment Frequency

Change Fail Percentage

Mean Time to Recovery

Ready to Begin

References

Chapter 9: Iterative Replacement

The Knife-Edge Cutover Doesn't Work

What Is Iterative Replacement?

Event Interception (Reverse Proxy)

State-Harmonizing Synchronization (Asset Capture)

Build New Once

A Very Long Time

Iterative Replacement to Serverless Architectures

Up-Front Research

Databases and Datastores

Scaffolding

References

Chapter 10: Training and Continuing Education

Jobs and People Will Change

Near-Term Job Changes

Systems Administrator to Application Operations

Database Administrator to Database Designer and Catalog Manager

Transitioning Titles

How to (Re)train Your Workforce

A New Hiring Advantage

References

Chapter 11: Your Serverless Journey

Serverless As a Game Changer

Serverless Steps in Startups

Nontechnical Founder

Technical Founder

Founding Engineer

Serverless Steps in Small or Medium-Size Organizations

Nontechnical Executive

Product Management

Development Team

Serverless Steps in the Enterprise for Executives

Serverless Is the Ultimate Step

Part IV: Appendixes

Appendix A: Directory: API Hubs

Appendix B: Directory: Identity and Access Management

Appendix C: Directory: Databases

Appendix D: Directory: Functions

Appendix E: Directory: Managed Services

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  • Serverless as a Game Changer
  • Foreword

    Part I: The Serverless Mindset

    Chapter 1: Introduction

    How Many Employees Does It Take to Make and Run a Scalable Social Network?

    Leveraging Technology as It Improves

    Software Development Has Been Improving Constantly.

    But Isn't Being Adopted Effectively

    This Book Is For.

    Executives in Business and Technology

    Enterprises

    Startups and Smaller Businesses

    This Book Is Not About.

    Service-Oriented Architectures

    Monoliths and Microservices

    No-Code/Low-Code Platforms

    Structure of the Book

    References

    Chapter 2: The Real Cost of Software Development

    Types of Costs

    Direct Costs

    Opportunity Costs

    Indirect Costs

    Fixed Costs

    Variable Costs

    Sunk Costs

    Controllable Costs

    Undifferentiated Heavy Lifting

    Code Is a Liability

    The Experience Is the Asset

    References

    Chapter 3: Serverless Architectures

    The Amazon Way

    What Is Serverless?

    Serverless Is a Focus on Business Value

    Serverless Means Not Our Uptime

    Four Technical Criteria for Serverless

    Parts of Serverless Applications

    Managed Services

    Front Ends

    Back Ends and Functions

    References

    Chapter 4: Serverless Objections, Serverless Success

    Loss of Control

    Other Common Objections

    Lock-In

    Performance and Cold Starts

    Security, Especially in Multitenancy

    Success Stories

    iRobot

    Lego

    The COVID Tracking Project

    It Is Just the Beginning

    References

    Part II: Real-World Serverless

    Chapter 5: Introducing Branch

    Serverless from the Start

    The Problem to Solve

    Key Differentiators/What to Build

    What to Buy

    Minimize the Innovation Tokens

    Minimize the Number of Technologies

    Organizational Overview

    Top-Level Departments

    Technology Organization

    Architectural Overview and Cloud Bill

    Cloud Bills

    The Branch Software Development Lifecycle

    Problem Definition

    Design

    Software Product

    Development

    Deployment

    Infrastructure

    Running

    References

    Chapter 6: Introducing Insureco

    The History of Insureco

    Organizational Structure

    Key Performance Indicators

    Digital Transformation

    Marketing Organization

    Technology Organization

    Architectural Overview

    The Insureco Software Development Lifecycle

    UI/UX Design

    Product

    Developers

    Infrastructure

    Deploying

    Running

    Life at Insureco

    References

    Chapter 7: The Clash of Cultures

    The Drivers of the Business Benefits of Technology

    How U.S. Insurance Companies Drive Better Outcomes

    Launch New Products, New States

    Improve User Experience

    Speed of Information to Action

    How Serverless Drives Faster, Better Action

    Most Organizations View Software Development as Too Slow

    The Importance of Organizational Attitude

    References

    Part III: Getting to Serverless

    Chapter 8: Getting to Serverless

    Winning Hearts and Minds

    Don't Build

    Downscope

    The Metrics That Matter

    Change Lead Time (Cycle Time)

    Deployment Frequency

    Change Fail Percentage

    Mean Time to Recovery

    Ready to Begin

    References

    Chapter 9: Iterative Replacement

    The Knife-Edge Cutover Doesn't Work

    What Is Iterative Replacement?

    Event Interception (Reverse Proxy)

    State-Harmonizing Synchronization (Asset Capture)

    Build New Once

    A Very Long Time

    Iterative Replacement to Serverless Architectures

    Up-Front Research

    Databases and Datastores

    Scaffolding

    References

    Chapter 10: Training and Continuing Education

    Jobs and People Will Change

    Near-Term Job Changes

    Systems Administrator to Application Operations

    Database Administrator to Database Designer and Catalog Manager

    Transitioning Titles

    How to (Re)train Your Workforce

    A New Hiring Advantage

    References

    Chapter 11: Your Serverless Journey

    Serverless As a Game Changer

    Serverless Steps in Startups

    Nontechnical Founder

    Technical Founder

    Founding Engineer

    Serverless Steps in Small or Medium-Size Organizations

    Nontechnical Executive

    Product Management

    Development Team

    Serverless Steps in the Enterprise for Executives

    Serverless Is the Ultimate Step

    Part IV: Appendixes

    Appendix A: Directory: API Hubs

    Appendix B: Directory: Identity and Access Management

    Appendix C: Directory: Databases

    Appendix D: Directory: Functions

    Appendix E: Directory: Managed Services

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