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Serverless at Expedia: Learnings from Real Life Use Cases

May 23, 9:00 AM (Pacific Time)

Serverless could have a massive impact on the infrastructure and business models for the industry. Come learn a real-life use-case from the travel industry that can also be applied to retail industries and beyond.

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    About this Webinar


    When it comes to serverless, there’s a lot of justifiable excitement, but not a lot to see in terms of use cases. So when does serverless actually makes sense?

    In this presentation Bhadri Govindarajan, Principal Application Engineer at Expedia, and Aaron Miller, Senior Solutions Engineer at Kong, go over some of the serverless use cases currently in production and in planning at Expedia.

    This presentation explores real-life use cases that bridge the gap between serverless excitement and serverless reality.

    Serverless could become the dominant application development model, lowering operations burden, increasing feature release velocity, and allowing developers to focus on delivering business value rather than worrying about deployment concerns and traffic planning. If fully adopted, serverless could have a massive impact in the infrastructure and the business models of the travel and retail industries as there will no longer be a need to forecast, plan, and provision for spikey workloads or unpredictable compute capacity.

    This presentation also includes an overview of Kong’s implementation at Expedia.

     

     

    Expedia Group is a global travel company. Its websites, which are primarily travel fare aggregators and travel metasearch engines, include Expedia.com, Hotels.com, Hotwire.com, CarRentals.com, Trivago, Venere.com, Travelocity, Orbitz, and HomeAway.

    Presented By


    Bhadri Govindarajan

    Bhadri Govindarajan

    Principal Application Engineer at Expedia

    Aaron Miller

    Aaron Miller

    Senior Solutions Engineer at Kong