Twenty years ago, Amazon went through a radical transformation with the goal of increasing the pace of innovation. Along this journey we learned how changing our approach to application development could dramatically increase agility, release velocity, and ultimately enable us to build more reliable, scalable applications. In this tech talk, we will outline how we define modern applications, and how building modern apps impacts not just your application architecture, but your organizational structure, your development release pipelines, and even your operational model. We’ll also outline common approaches to modernization, including the approach of Amazon.com. Learning Objectives - Understand the relationship between microservices architecture and a serverless operational model - Get an overview of common customer approaches to modernization - Learn how to identify the characteristics of modern applications
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