Apr
20

Tired of creating and maintaining server instances for every app, language, and framework you use? Want to focus on pure function code, instead of wasting time on server management? Learn how to run your functions as a service, in a DevOps-free environment, with our Introduction to Serverless Computing.

 


In This Course You’ll Learn:

  • What Serverless Computing is, and how it differs from conventional server hosting
  • How to save on operational costs by reducing DevOps, and only paying when your functions are active
  • Ways to easily run functions as microservices, which automatically scale as load increases
  • How to create serverless functions in AWS Lambda, Azure functions, Google Cloud Functions, and
    Algorithmia


About The Instructor:

Jon Peck is a full-stack developer, consultant, teacher, and startup enthusiast. With a Computer Science degree from Cornell University and two decades of industry experience, he now focuses on bringing scalable, discoverable, and secure machine-learning microservices to developers across a wide variety of platforms.

Speaker (conferences): DeveloperWeek, SeattleJS, Global AI Conf, AI Next, Nordic APIs, DeveloperWeek, ODSC
Speaker (tech schools): Galvanize, CodeFellows, Metis, Epicodus, Alchemy
Organizer: Seattle Building Intelligent Applications Meetup
Educator: Cascadia College, Seattle C&W, independent instruction
Lead Developer: Empower Engine, Giftstarter, Mass General Hospital, Cornell University

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2 Responses to “We’ve Added a New Serverless Computing Course to Our Video Library!”

 
  1. Andy says:

    Hi,
    When are the next videos expected to be posted?
    Only 4 videos are available at the moment.

    Thanks.

    • jdoss says:

      Hi Andy,

      This course is a very basic introductory course and is not meant to be very long. We do not plan on adding any more videos to this course. However, we do have several other longer visualization videos that go more in depth.

 

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