Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications without provisioning, scale or manage any servers. The main benefits are: no server management, flexible scaling, automated high availability, flexible payment model/pay as you go.
Following up on https://www.drupaleurope.org/session/professional-drupal-hosting-and-development-kubernetes-and-helm, I would like to dive into more details and also share experiences with others that already use kubernetes or that are considering setting something up. We can also have a look of what is coming up and arrange collaboration opportunities.
The modern web is a thing of beauty, but it is a complex beauty. Modern workflows require package management, build steps, automatic testing via continuous integration, cloud hosting platforms, and production parity local development options. This session will break down the needs of the modern developer and talk about the tooling required to meet those needs and create web magic.
While drupal.org offers a great infrastructure to host modules sometimes you just want a little more. With the use of Travis CI it's easy to run all kinds of tasks to ensure you only release high quality code for the rest of the world to use. Allow pull requests for your module instead of working with patch files? Easy!
OpenSource CMS like Drupal, WordPress or Joomla are extremly popular targets for all sorts of attacks. Most of them are available 24/7 and hosted on powerful machines, making them very valuable tools for further attacks once compromised. In this session I want to tell you about SIWECOS, a project funded by the german ministry of economics, that wants to improve the security of CMS-based websites.