Serverless Guide

Authored by the community, curated by Serverless, Inc.


This is your definitive guide to serverless architectures. Inside, you will find everything you need to know about serverless development and how to be a serverless organization: patterns, best practices, case studies and everything in-between.

Aside from implementation, this guide is a collection and discussion of concerns around the state and maturity of serverless. A lot is being written about serverless technology all over the web, and right now that information is fragmented. As a community, we’re bringing it together.

The goal is to create a one-of-a-kind, trusted resource for developers, architects and thought leaders. This should be a valuable resource that will help drive adoption and innovation of serverless architectures.

Are you with us? We want you to be part of this journey.

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What Will Be Covered

How to Contribute

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We want your contributions to this guide. We would like you to bring in your expertise to showcase them in this guide. We are aiming to create a world-class guide that excites everyone to join the serverless movement. We feel we can achieve that by creating authentic content that is driven by the community. See the contributor guidelines and the contributor code of conduct for details.


To recognize your contributions to the guide, we encourage you to add your name to the Credits section on a page. We will add you to the ‘Guide Authors’ team on our Github org. You also get our serverless badge serverless for your Github profile.

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Thanks in Advance

The serverless guide is a community-driven effort, and we thank you for your contributions.


The Serverless Team