Supporting serverless — a path from legacy architecture to cloud native

By Ameesh Divatia, CEO and co-founder | February 26, 2019

Last week was quite the week for us as we announced our support for AWS Lambda serverless functions.  Not only does this capability represent a significant milestone in Baffle’s evolution to becoming a pervasive data control plane, it offers customers a bridge to transform from a hybrid or legacy architecture to a cloud native one. You can read the press release here.

We believe this capability and announcement is important for three main reasons:

  1. It validates that our “no code” data abstraction layer can provide data protection without modifying application tier code. In the case of AWS Lambda, there is no app tier or dedicated server in these instances.
  2. The architectural flexibility of our Baffle Shield allows our Advanced Data Protection technology to support API data access methods seamlessly.
  3. It augments our support for cloud workloads in AWS by adding to our already existing support of AWS Database Migration Services and RDS, as well as AWS Key Management Services.  This trifecta of supported capabilities is helping customers “lift and shift” to cloud and helps fulfill their portion of the Shared Responsibility Model.

I’m incredibly proud of what our team has accomplished here and look forward to working with our customers as they adopt serverless architecture.

Learn more and watch a video demonstration about our AWS Lambda capabilities here.

Several news outlets have also written about here capabilities below:

 .         eWeek Daily Tech Briefing