Innovate Fast and Reduce Costs

Explore serverless across multiple cloud service providers and provide tangible examples of serverless applications in the wild that are leading to faster innovation and reduced operational costs for business. Learn about Serverless Architectures and how they are saving businesses money.

Why this whitepaper?

The typical computing landscape has forever been changed by the introduction of serverless managed solutions. In this paper we cover an introduction to serverless architectures, including:

  • What are serverless architectures - how do they work, and are there really no servers?
  • What are the benefits and challenges - things to consider to manage serverless architectures well.
  • What cloud platforms offer serverless solutions today - who is the leader in serverless services.
  • Case studies for serverless - Learn why Formula 1 went serverless along with other examples.
  • More about modernisation - Learn about the opportunities for application modernisation.

We hope this whitepaper is educational and provides a thorough overview of the concepts. For a more detailed technical dive into specific serverless concepts, check out our Blog in 2022 for more technical concepts coming soon.


Previous Whitepapers

Lower-cost Serverless Enterprise Integrations

Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is the process of connecting the organisation’s systems and software. Integrations enable the flow of data from one program/application to another, providing new interfaces and the ability to manage and derive value from the data within the organization. In this Whitepaper we explore the various options for EAI and explain how serverless technologies reduce the total cost of ownership.

System integration involves connecting software and hardware into a cohesive infrastructure, enabling each element to work together and offering performance and efficiency improvements to the business. Typical examples of integrations include:

  • Legacy system integration - allowing older systems to connect with new ones.
  • Third-party integrations - connecting third party software with company systems.
  • B2B systems integration - connecting businesses by sharing information.
  • Big data integration - combining multiple data sources for reporting, analysis and insights.
  • Cloud services integration - connecting cloud-based applications and resources.

When considering new integrations, most customers start their journey by contacting their vendor, or their managed service provider (IT partner), or an iPaaS solution provider for support. In most cases, this will lead to costly and painful experiences. That's why we prepared this whitepaper, to share with you information about Enterprise Integrations and the pros and cons of various integration techniques. The following is a brief table of contents for reference:

  1. What are Enterprise Application Integrations (EAI)?
  2. Vendor Integration Tools and connectors (like SAP CPI)
  3. Integration Platforms as a Service (iPaaS like MuleSoft))
  4. Server-based Integrations
  5. Serverless Integrations