back to article Serverless continuous deployment for the AWS crowd: Feeding time in Lambda-land

"You'll never go hungry if you know AWS," one of the workshop participants at the Continuous Lifecycle* devops-focused conference in London remarked. Mike Roberts, co-founder of consultancy Symphonia Cloud, was behind the lectern yesterday afternoon, preparing to conduct a tour of serverless continuous deployment on AWS. Mike …

  1. Ken 16 Silver badge

    Before I started using the cloud, if I wanted a server...

    It would take 20 minutes in Dev/Test.

    If I wanted a dedicated physical server, it would take 6-8 weeks.

    If I wanted a fully tested, operationally accepted server with full support model covering application to power supply THAT would take 9 months.

    Guess how long the latter takes in a modern cloud infrastructure environment?

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    uuummmm...five minutes?

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      No, that took 9 months too. Longer, really.

      The difference is Bezos' lot started in on it quite a while before you asked for it.

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