Tim Zonca (@timzonca, CEO at @@stackeryio) talks about the next evolution of the serverless developer experience, the maturity of customer adoption, how much customer appreciate not having to manage infrastructure, and how to manage the journey to serverless.
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Topic 1 - Welcome to the show. You’ve had a pretty diverse career in terms of elements of making developers successful. Tell about your background and how you became CEO at Stackery almost a year ago .
Topic 2 - It’s hard to believe that AWS Lambda launched about 5.5 years ago. Obviously the serverless ecosystem has grown and expanded quite a bit since then. Where do you see serverless in terms of both maturity of the technologies, and maturity of customer adoption?
Topic 3 - Lets talk about what the Stackery platform brings to the serverless ecosystem. * *
Topic 4 - As you talk to prospective customers, how much different is it to discuss not have to be burdened by underlying resources vs. previous conversations you’ve had about applications? How long does it usually take them to grasp the magnitude of the changes in development?
Topic 5 - How much of a “traditional” developer experience still exists with serverless (write code, write tests, pipelines, etc.) and what are some immediate things they will see that’s different?
Topic 6 - Having been at Puppet you obviously saw many DevOps transformations. What are some of the steps on a typical Serverless transformation for companies?
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