Serverless computing: where did it come from? What role should it play in software engineering today? And what does its future look like? These are questions worth exploring if we’re to leverage serverless in a way that makes an impact.
In this session - run in collaboration with ScotlandIS - you’ll hear from AND Digital’s Andrew De Rozario as he opens up the story of serverless by putting it into the context of both the tech industry and the wider demands of business. He’ll offer first-hand insights from his experience using serverless set-ups in many different types of projects, and reflect on where it has proved effective and where it can also pose challenges and risks.
This session is designed for engineers who are interested in technology trends and industry shifts, and senior leaders that want a better understanding of the specific ways that serverless computing can provide real benefits to their organisation. This is an opportunity to get a practical perspective that joins the dots between the technical and the commercial aspects of the digital function.
This session is part of AND Digital’s and ScotlandIS’ Tech Week. Running from 18th-22nd October, Tech Week will feature Scotland’s best and brightest tech talents, who will showcase our dynamic digital sector and discuss the issues that matter in the industry today.
Welcome & intro
The original concept of Serverless
The evolution of Serverless
Predictions for the future of Serverless
Andrew De Rozario
Having consulted in the Scottish tech scene for companies in a variety of sectors over the last decade, Andrew is currently focused on setting up engineering teams and companies in Scotland for success in his role as Lead Engineer at AND Digital in Edinburgh.
Andrew’s current areas of focus are application architecture with a strong focus on cloud technologies.
As a keen technologist, Andrew often spends his own time learning and experimenting with new technologies though when not emerged in the world of tech Andrew likes to combine regular visits to his family in Asia with food tourism and more generally indulging his foodie tendencies.
We look forward to seeing you there!