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We are writing for engineers, architects, tech leaders, students and business leaders who are interested in adopting serverlessThe Serverless Edge

Our articles cover 5 broad topics for The Serverless Edge:

Clarity of Purpose on The Serverless Edge

In your org, how do you prioritise, how do you make a decision on what you should do over something else? How do you establish your Clarity of Purpose?

Wardley Mapping on The Serverless Edge

We show you how to Wardley Map for situational awareness and to reveal shared assumptions being made about a context. And to uncover hints for what strategic options are available.

Serverless First on The Serverless Edge

We encourage your org to be Serverless-First. It means choosing serverless or a managed service first for compute, data, eventing, orchestration, analytics, or monitoring – to reduce operational burden.

Modern Cloud Architecture on The Serverless Edge

By adopting Modern Cloud Architecture your org combines software components that development teams use to build and run scalable cloud-native applications.

Next Generation Org on The Serverless Edge

By becoming a Next Generation Org, you are not seeking to return to the office but are adapting to a more remote world. Distribution of power to where it is needed matters. Teams will often swarm around problems, leadership is transient in nature and leaders will arise to fit the problem.

Latest posts

Bringing strategy mapping into your org

Dave AndersonWe are doing a wee series on the Strategy Mapping technique of Wardley Mapping, taking a practical approach. Wardley Mapping is something we’ve been using for quite some time. The last two episodes were: ‘Wardley Mapping 101’ and ‘Can Wardley Maps Predict the Future?’. So I thought it would be good to answer a…

Can Wardley Maps predict the future?

This week we look at the topic ‘Can Wardley Maps predict the future? We did a Wardley mapping 101 last time, explaining the basics. This is the second installment in our Wardley mapping series. One of the things that we say is that Wardley Mapping is a superpower that helps you predict the future. What…

Does Moore’s Law formula apply to Serverless?

Gordon Moore, Intel co-founder and creator of Moore’s Law died this week aged 94 years. He was one of Intel’s co-founders. And became chairman and CEO of the company in 1979, and served as CEO for eight years. While Moore obviously played a significant role in developing the tech that powers modern computing devices, many…

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