A lot is being written about serverless technology all over the web, and right now that information is fragmented. As a community, we’re bringing it together.
Introducing the Serverless Guide: the definitive guide to serverless architectures.
Find everything you need to know about serverless development and organizations-patterns, best practices, case studies and everything in-between. This guide is also a collection and frank discussion about the state and maturity of serverless.
The goal is to create a one-of-a-kind, trusted resource for developers, architects and thought leaders. A valuable resource that will help drive adoption and innovation of serverless architectures.
The Serverless Guide is a living artifact: an open-source, community-driven work. We are inviting all the serverless enthusiasts out there to contribute and spread the knowledge. Here's the list of active contributors who have already jumped on board.
Are you with us? We want you to be part of this journey. We will be happy to hear from you and get your feedback.
Start reading the Serverless Guide and spread the word.
To recognize your contributions to the guide, we add your name to the Credits section on the individual pages. We will add you to the 'Guide Authors' team on our Github org. You also get our serverless badge for your Github profile.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Rupak Ganguly is an Enterprise Advocate at Serverless, Inc.
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