Serverless Architecture Con – Berlin 2022

This autumn I will be back at the Serverless Architecture Con, this time in Berlin, to talk about serverless databases. The title of my session? The Future of Relational Databases on the Cloud.

Abstract

The major cloud providers offer different options to run a relational database on the cloud. A recent approach is to rely on so-called serverless databases that offer both traditional TCP connections and HTTP API access. In a short journey to databases on the cloud, we will compare different approaches and services, explore the main benefits and limitations of a serverless RDBMS versus a more traditional managed database.

AWS Aurora Serverless database V2 with AWS Data Heroes

AWS Aurora Serverless database V2 is finally available! Let’s get into it and explain how it works and what is it for. Is it a replacement for Serverless V1 or a completely new beast. We will try to explain what kind of magic is needed to vertically scale a database. We already run it in production so we will have some real life examples. Renato Losio and Goran Opacic are AWS Data Heroes and experienced Aurora users. Join us!

Update 27-04-22: this is the video of our chat!

(Video) The Future of Relational Databases on the Cloud

The video my talk about the future of relational databases on the cloud at the recent Cloud Computing Conference Greece is now available. The deck of the presentation is online too.

Abstract

The major cloud providers offer different options to run a relational database on the cloud. A recent approach is to rely on so-called serverless databases that offer both traditional TCP connections and HTTP API access. In a short journey to databases on the cloud, we will compare different approaches and services, explore the main benefits and limitations of a serverless RDBMS versus a more traditional managed database.

Cloud Computing Conference Greece

In a week time I will be a keynote speaker at the Cloud Computing Conference organized by Boussias in Greece. I will be (virtually) on stage discussing one of my favourite topics, The Future of Relational Databases on the Cloud.

Abstract

The major cloud providers offer different options to run a relational database on the cloud. A recent approach is to rely on so-called serverless databases that offer both traditional TCP connections and HTTP API access. In a short journey to databases on the cloud, we will compare different approaches and services, explore the main benefits and limitations of a serverless RDBMS versus a more traditional managed database.

Update: you can now find the video here and the slides here.