re: Why Serverless needs Ops VIEW POST

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Well observed, thank you :)

Do you find the separation of responsibilities between customers and providers is cleaner or easier to manage in Serverless environments, what about PaaS, IaaS, etc.? These are 'interesting' questions when compliance and auditors are involved (eg: obtaining PCI-DSS accreditation)!

 

Do you find the separation of responsibilities between customers and providers is cleaner or easier to manage in Serverless environments?

It's hard to say but my gut instinct is no.

The cloud providers mode of operation is all the customers are the same and all the products are the same. By "the same" the positive is that no matter how big or small you are the service is pretty similar - which is usually a big positive.

However, it's a two edged thing. The S3 hosted web page for the $10 a month account and the $100,000 RDS get similar stuff but the corporate droids running the corporate RDS are expecting less (in a way) than the beginners with their S3

The S3 dudes don't get the seperation of responsibilities. Is this their fault? Kind of. But if they had a guiding hand on their side maybe it would go better

'interesting' questions when compliance and auditors are involved (eg: obtaining PCI-DSS accreditation)!

usually auditors just want to see paperwork which cloud providers are good at. I guess there might be some responsiblity (eg: password change restriction) that is with the customer. If the low end, normal users had some good advice they'd be fine. Otherwise they'd be screwed, the serverless ops won't help

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