Serverless Chats is a podcast that geeks out on everything serverless. Each week, Jeremy Daly chats with another serverless champion to explore and do a deep-dive into specific topics in the serverless space.
Episode #97: How Serverless Fits in to the Cyclical Nature of the Industry with Gojko Adzic
On this episode, Jeremy chats with Gojko Adzic about how serverless compares to timesharing mainframes, the limitations that led us to the PC revolution, where similar problems and limitations of serverless and the cloud will take us, and so much more.
Episode #96: Serverless and Machine Learning with Alexandra Abbas
On this episode, Jeremy chats with Alexandra Abbas about why we need MLOps, how teams productionize workflows and deploy models, the challenges for serverless machine learning use cases, and much more.
Episode #95: Going Serverless with IBM Cloud Code Engine with Jason McGee
On this episode, Jeremy chats with Jason McGee about IBM's approach to serverless, the recent GA of IBM Cloud Code Engine and how it opens up even more serverless use cases, and IBM's view of a serverless future.
Episode #94: Serverless for Scientific Research with Denis Bauer
On this episode, Jeremy chats with Dr. Denis Bauer about how serverless is being used for genome editing and high-performance computing in the scientific community, how it helped with Australia's COVID response, and how the technology can be used to collaborate with others around the world.
Episode #93: WebAssembly and WASI with Aaron Turner
On this episode, Jeremy chats with Aaron Turner about the use cases for WebAssembly, how WASI makes serverless compute at the edge even more portable and powerful, some popular WASM toolchains, and what the future of this technology looks like.
Episode #92: Streaming Data at Scale Using Serverless with Anahit Pogosova (PART 2)
In this episode, Jeremy finishes his chat with Anahit Pogosova about where and why we'd use Kinesis, how Lambda helps you supercharge it, how to embrace (and deal with) the failures, common serverless misconceptions, and much more.