Take the fast-track to advanced cloud-native techniques and models
Sourced has developed a programme to help enterprise clients increase their cloud initiatives. It is designed to improve scalability and cost reduction aligning to a pay-as-you-go consumption model. It challenges enterprises to rethink what has been done in the traditional server-based approach and software delivery model, moving away from monolithic applications towards microservice-based architectures.
The Serverless Adoption Programme is a consulting and acceleration track designed to help security conscious and highly regulated organisations move towards Serverless-first, enabling innovation while ensuring strict compliance and governance.
Serverless can even be combined with containers or servers to create a hybrid architecture depending on particular application requirements.
Designing solutions for Serverless has different challenges and opportunities to server-based outcomes.
Our approach favours knowledge-sharing, examples, and inspiration coupled with practical and pragmatic recommendations for strategy and technology.
A Serverless readiness assessment is done with your organisation to help identify where you are in your cloud journey and any potential risks towards becoming Serverless-first.
This will help us customise our consulting track to best suit your organisation’s unique situation, risk appetite, requirements and goals.
The Serverless adoption programme is a combination of training, advocacy, and technology in areas such as DevOps, best practices, and example architecture. It is highly customisable to suit different organisations.
Application teams can start at any level with their upskilling, or skip this entirely, depending on their existing Serverless experience. On the technology side, organisations can implement an existing cloud management and DevOps strategy, or create a completely new parallel strategy that is optimised for Serverless.
Serverless architecture is a way to build cloud-native software that will run on a server fully managed by a cloud provider instead of a server managed by your organisation. There are three ways to host a web application in the cloud:
Reduced scope of responsibility and effort
Accurate operational and per-user cost estimation and tracking
Highly reusable microservices (app store)
Better access security (Principle of Least Privilege)
Easy to manage time, budgets and teams (with the right PM)
Significantly lower maintanence cost