Wednesday Oct 23
16:30 –
17:15
Location: B 09

Serverless 2.0: Get started with the PLONK Stack

You’ve heard of LAMP, JAM, and MEAN, but what is the PLONK stack? And why should you be considering it for your Cloud Native Applications? How is Serverless 2.0 with the PLONK stack any different from its previous incarnations and how could it benefit you?

In this talk, Alex will introduce you to the PLONK stack – Prometheus, Linkerd2, OpenFaaS, NATS, and Kubernetes – that combines five of the most popular technologies from the Cloud Native landscape to form a complete PaaS / FaaS solution on Kubernetes.

The goal of the stack is to reduce the friction developers face when writing applications for Kubernetes. You’ll learn how each of these projects can be used and what kind of results you can expect when you combine them together as a complete platform in a live demo.

So come and find out how BT, LivePerson, Vision Banco are using this stack in production and why you should be considering it too. Developers will also receive pointers on how to get started.

Plonk blog post: https://www.openfaas.com/blog/plonk-stack/ 2019 project update and Serverless 2.0 Landscape - https://www.openfaas.com/blog/project-update/

What will the audience learn from this talk?
Serverless 2.0 is an architectural design and user-experience that lets developers focus less on infrastructure, by leveraging container images as recommended by ThoughtWorks Serverless 2.0 is portable to any cloud.

Does it feature code examples and/or live coding?
No, but interactive demos.

Prerequisite attendee experience level:
Level 200

open source
serverless
Alex Ellis
Creator of OpenFaaS, CNCF Ambassador and Author
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