Keynote Speech :
Best practice for building low-latency and high-volume APIs with Serverless Cloud Computing
Engineer. Mashhur Sattorov
SW Development Engineer,
Bio: Mashhur Sattorov was born in Uzbekistan. He received bachelor degree at Tashkent University of Information Technology specializing in e-Commerce and obtained Master Degree at Mokwon University in South Korea. He has been continuing his career in several industries such as Safety Systems at Airports and e-Commerce. Nowadays, he has been mainly focusing on developing customer-centric e-Commerce applications at Amazon.
Title: Best practice for building low-latency and high-volume APIs with Serverless Cloud Computing
Abstract: Service-oriented startups/companies consider cloud services such as Amazon Web Services for their capability to quickly deliver products to competitive markets at the right time. Growing demand for IaaS and PaaS of cloud services because of its flexibility and lower cost compared to owning managed infrastructure/platforms has influenced the digital market in recent decades.
However, how efficiently utilizing cloud resources is the biggest topic and challenge among engineers. For example, exploiting an event-driven serverless computing platform, AWS Lambda instead of its EC2s for infrequent on-demand processes will give an outcome of economic benefits. But nowadays, serverless computing is also one of the efficient ways for microservice frequent invocation processes, such as for handling synchronous frontend requests through the API Gateway. The performance for this case requires optimizing overall infrastructure to keep a balance with cost.
In this talk, we focus on best practices using serverless computing for creating low-latency, high-volume APIs with provisioned concurrency.