One Day. One Track. One Community.

JeffConf is an attempt to move past the word Serverless, and focus on the use of these platforms and the value they provide.

JeffConf Hamburg 2017 Venue


Altonaer Museum Hamburg is a mix of tradition and modernity in Hamburg, and an iconic location to spread cultural ideas.

JeffConf Hamburg Tickets


Tickets are reasonably priced from €35 to make sure JeffConf Hamburg is financially accessible for the community.

JeffConf Speakers


Real users showcasing the problems they've solved using serverless platforms. Focus is learning through sharing.

JeffConf was born in the spirit of Paul Johnston’s blog post, “Serverless is just a name. We could have called it Jeff”, an attempt to move beyond the Serverless buzzword and focus on the practical use of function as a service platforms and the value they provide. It is a one day, community focused, single track event centred on real world Jeff (or Serverless) based solutions. It’s about fostering a community and helping all of us learn from each other as we embrace a new way of building applications.


Manu Rink


Manu Rink* is a mobile enthusiast long before the dawn of the smartphone. After working in the enterprise business, she finally dropped the mic, made her passion to her profession and worked as a mobile software engineer and architect for a couple of #1 apps. Currently she shares her passion as a tech evangelist @Microsoft and inspires a wide audience of techies for her beloved topics including mobile development, serverless computing and gaming.

*raised by Super Mario and Yoshi

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Alex Casalboni

Cloud Academy

Alex is a Software Engineer, deeply passionate about serverless technologies, music, and traveling. He's currently a Sr. Software Engineer and Cloud Evangelist at Cloud Academy, a position that gave him the possibility to discover the Cloud world and develop its potential as a web developer and data scientist. He is one of the founders of the Serverless Italy Meetup.

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Paul Johnston

Amazon Web Services

Paul is Senior Developer Advocate for Serverless at AWS working in EMEA. He is former CTO of Movivo - a startup working in 20 countries to provide free top up/recharge to those who struggle to afford it and built on a fully serverless architecture (on AWS). He is a prolific blogger about Serverless on Medium. Paul has previously started startups, been a consultant CTO to a number of startups in the past decade and developed mobile products and solutions for global brands such as Sony. Paul also is a director of a community energy scheme that is aiming to take it’s community ‘off grid’ and lives a bit outside of London in Milton Keynes (there are bits of the UK that aren’t London!) with his wife and 5 kids.

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Anna Doubková

Hive (British Gas)

Anna is a Javascript developer who loves working with new technologies. Currently working at Hive (British Gas), she does full-stack development to deliver a great end to end solution focused on user experience. She's a frequent speaker, runs workshops, and likes contributing to the community.

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Yan Cui

Space Ape Games

Yan is an experienced engineer who has worked with AWS for near 10 years. He has been an architect and lead developer with a variety of industries ranging from investment banks, e-commence to mobile gaming. In the last 2 years he has worked extensively with AWS Lambda in production, and he has been very active in sharing his experiences and the lessons he has learnt, some of his work has even made their way into the Well-Architected whitepaper published by AWS.

Yan is polyglot in both spoken and programming languages, he is fluent in both English and Mandarin, and can count C#, F#, Scala, Node.js and Erlang amongst programming languages that he has worked with professionally. Although he enjoys learning different programming languages and paradigms, he still holds F# as his undisputed favourite.

Yan is a regular speaker at user groups and conferences internationally, and he is also the author of AWS Lambda in Motion and a co-author of F# Deep Dives. In his spare time he keeps an active blog at where he shares his thoughts on topics such as AWS, serverless, functional programming and chaos engineering.

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Oliver Zeigermann

floreysoft. embarc, freelancer

Oliver Zeigermann is a software developer from Hamburg, Germany. He has developed software in many different languages and technologies over the past couple of decades, including C, C++, Java, Python, and JavaScript.
For the past few years he dived into machine learning and data visualization.

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Daniel Buchholz

GHX Europe GmbH

Daniel is a Software Engineering Manager and Cloud Architect for a company supporting the Healthcare Supply Chain of suppliers, providers and distributors in the healthcare sector worldwide. He has spent 15 years in this business, starting as a software engineer. Today he is part of a team defining a new global Catalog Management foundation for the company and also an occasional contributor to local AWS meetups in Dortmund, Germany.

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Philipp Müns

Serverless, Inc.

Philipp Müns is a core developer at Serverless, Inc. He works on the team in charge of building and maintaining the Serverless Framework — an application framework for building web, mobile and IoT applications powered by AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions and more.

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Lars Trieloff


Lars Trieloff is a principal at Adobe, combining expertise from the fields of software engineering, product management, and marketing and applying it to the evolution and improvement of Adobe's developer ecosystem and the Adobe Cloud Platform. He has been involved with Serverless computing since 2016, and with cloud computing a decade longer.

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Cyle Riggs

Container Solutions

Cyle joined Container Solutions in 2017 as a cloud native developer/consultant after spending four years as a developer at AWS. He is focused on the implementation and use cases of modern and postmodern technologies. Outside of his career he is focused on travel and nature.

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Simon Wardley

Leading Edge Forum

Simon Wardley is a Researcher for Leading Edge Forum, a global research and thought leadership programme dedicated to helping large organizations reimagine their organizations and leadership for a technology-driven future. Simon is also lead practitioner for LEFs Wardley Maps Advisory service which helps client anticipate market and ecosystem developments so they know where to go and why.

Simon's focus is on strategic play both at an industrial and global level. He is the author of multiple reports including Clash of the Titans: Can China Dethrone Silicon Valley?, a pioneer in the use of topographical intelligence within business, a former executive and an advisory board member for several successful start-ups. He has twice been voted as one of the UK's top 50 most influential people in technology. Simon has spent the last 20 years defining future strategies for companies in the FMCG, Retail and Technology industries. He is a passionate advocate in the fields of strategic play, organizational structure, open source and leadership and is a regular presenter at conferences worldwide.

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Subbu Allamaraju

Expedia Inc

Subbu Allamaraju is a technologist fascinated by large ambiguous problems and the learning opportunities such problems present. He is an influential voice both within Expedia, where he is currently a Vice President of Technology, and the industry. Subbu is passionate about all things related to cloud, infrastructure, platforms, operations, the intersection of culture and technology, and the evolution of cloud native technologies and architectures. At Expedia, Subbu is leading a large-scale migration of Expedia’s travel platforms from enterprise data centers to a highly available architecture on the cloud. Before joining Expedia, as a Distinguished Engineer at eBay Inc., Subbu helped build private cloud infrastructure and platforms for eBay and PayPal, which positioned these two organizations amongst a select few of the largest operators of OpenStack. Subbu is an engineer well-rounded in product development, architecture, distributed systems, services, Internet protocols, operations, and cloud. Over the past several years, he helped build and empower several engineering and operations teams in these areas. Subbu is an occasional blogger and speaker at technology conferences, and has published books on REST and server-side programming in Java. You can follow his activities at and @sallamar on Twitter.

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Michael Wittig

Michael Wittig is author of Amazon Web Services in Action (Manning). As an independent consultant, he helps his clients to gain value from Amazon Web Services. As a software engineer he develops cloud-native real-time web and mobile applications. He migrated the complete IT infrastructure of the first bank in Germany to AWS. He has expertise in distributed system development and architecture, with experience in algorithmic trading and real-time analytics.

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Gillian Armstrong

Liberty Information Technology

Gillian works as Technical Lead of the Cognitive Technologies team in the Applied Innovation unit in Liberty IT. Her team is focused on exploring and using innovative technology in interesting new ways. At the moment she is working on Conversational AI design and development, mostly within the AWS ecosystem. She has more than a decade’s worth of experience in many technologies across the full stack, but her passion is for where technology meets humans in the user interface and experience. She loves being a software engineer as it allows her not just to think up big ideas, but also to make them a reality.

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Danilo Poccia

Amazon Web Services

Danilo works with startups and companies of any size to support their innovation. In his role as Technical Evangelist at Amazon Web Services, he leverages his experience to help people bringing their ideas to life, focusing on event-driven programming and serverless architectures, and on the technical and business impact of machine learning and edge computing. He is author of AWS Lambda in Action from Manning.

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Arto Liukkonen


Arto is a Lead Developer at Nordcloud. He's been a web developer for over ten years, kickstarting his career in 2007 by building successful Facebook games. Originally a PHP/WordPress guy, Arto converted to Javascript with Node.js v0.6 and for the last two years has been focused on React and serverless for both work and hobby projects, ranging from the banking sector to industrial IoT apps.

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Chad Arimura


Chad is a 3x entrepreneur, most recently as co-founder and CEO of where he helped grow a multi-million dollar ARR business helping to pioneer serverless computing. In 2017 Chad sold and joined Oracle where he's Vice President of Serverless. Chad's currently leading the Fn Project, an open source cloud agnostic FaaS platform.

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Agenda Conference Day (Feb 16th)

Speaker / Activity

Doors open, breakfast




Introduction to JeffConf, code of conduct, etc.


Why the Fuss about Serverless?

We live in a competitive world. That competition forces change. It has always forced change. Change is normal. The question is not whether our organizations will change, that’s a given, but can we see this change before it hits us, do we know where we’re heading or are we simply floating aimlessly being carried by a river? It certainly feels that way sometimes. To answer the question, we need to understand our landscape, the economic forces at play, the context we operate within and our situational awareness of this. Can we navigate the waters, can we see a storm coming or are we being battered by rocks because we refuse to look?

During this talk, we will examine the level of situational awareness within business, why it matters and whether we can anticipate and exploit change before it hits us. We look into the changes that are occurring with the development of serverless, why now, what’s important to it, how it will change the way we do business and how this interacts with the API economy. There’s a lot of fuss about serverless, and in this session, we will try to paint a clearer picture, or at the very least, a map of where it is going.

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You shall not FaaS!

"Serverless" or FaaS is with no doubt the latest trend in the cloud computing world. No wonder! It claims that everybody can deploy and host services in the cloud in no time, auto scaled, fully managed by the hosting platform and most importantly - super cost effective. A dream for every developer, admin or devops.
But can this dream really be true? You already might smell the rat :)
This talk wants to show what you better not shall do with serverless technologies, which pitfalls you should vastly avoid and how you prohibit your services from burning senseless money out of your pockets. But no worries! There will be a happy end with a bunch of hints and scenarios on how to get full bliss from our beloved Jeff <3

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Real-Time Serverless Back Ends with GraphQL

GraphQL is an open standard that lets you request, change, and subscribe to the exact data you need in a single network request. This makes prototyping and building data-intensive applications as simple as writing a few lines of code. In this session we’ll introduce the core concepts of GraphQL and put that into practice with real-world implementations using tools such as AWS Lambda and AWS AppSync to deliver real-time collaborative experiences for web and mobile apps, using multiple data sources, managing off-line users’ data, and resolving data conflicts.

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Using the Event Gateway to build serverless multi-cloud applications

As serverless technologies go mainstream many cloud providers are revamping their service offerings, adding more sophisticated cloud solutions and making it possible to create stellar applications in a breeze.
Serverless applications usually make heavy use of different service offerings. Most of the time those services are Cloud provider specific, since they’re easy to integrate and work with.
But what about services which are only available on another Cloud provider infrastructure? How could you consume them without the need to go all-in and re-write your whole application for this Cloud provider?
The Event Gateway is the answer to those questions. The Event Gateway acts as the central hub and broker, orchestrating event flows across decoupled services, not matter where they are located.
Curious how the Event Gateway enables frictionless multi-cloud applications? Join this session to learn how.

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Serverless Data Warehousing & Data Analysis on AWS

Data science teams need to reduce storage and maintenance costs, and at the same time provide analytics tools for data analysts and scientists.
How can we make data collection and data analysis exciting, performant, and cost-effective in the Cloud?
Alex will connect the dots around the data processing building blocks provided by AWS, without managing any servers!

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Conversational AI and Serverless

Conversational Interfaces are rapidly taking over the world. In this talk we’ll look at how Serverless technologies can be used for rapid chatbot development, specifically with Amazon Lex and Amazon Alexa. We’ll talk about lessons learned from my own experiences building an enterprise digital assistant, and how using a Natural Language Understanding interface changes how we think about and design our applications.

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How to sell serverless to your colleagues

You can talk all day long to your colleagues about the virtues of serverless patterns. You’re sure to hear hesitant responses with a few “but”s. Some of those responses will be driven by today’s limitations and constraints, while the rest will be based on their perspectives of cloud, portability, lock-in, cost etc.

In this talk, I want to walk through what has been happening in the industry to paint a picture of platform of the future, where functions and events fit, and how to prepare your colleagues for that future. We will also see how some of those “but”s may driven by past habits, culture and legacy, and what we can do to get past those.

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Rule-based dispatching of events to a serverless services armada

Some item is changed in some database… Stuff needs to happen as an effect… Tons of downstream services might need a notification.. But which? For each individual item this is a matter of matching the item’s contents against configurable, even volatile, rules. How we make it happen.

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Serverless Machine Learning

In this talk I will show how to use a sentiment analysis API to find out which of your emails should be answered first. I will also train and deploy a simple TensorFlow model that predicts the category of a new customer.

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Evolutionary Serverless Architecture: From hackathon to product

A system architecture often struggles to adapt to new requirements. Serverless architectures can evolve over time because we can replace the building blocks at any time.

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Coffee break


Gotchas in Serverless Framework

Did you know it's not very hard to hit a cap of CloudFormation resources? Or that file size changes drastically when packing your code with webpack without correct settings? In this talk, you'll learn how to use Serverless Framework on a large production scale without having to figure out all these things the hard way.

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Live Coding: A Serverless Platform in 100 lines

I will build and demonstrate a working serverless platform, without using any existing serverless framework, live on stage. In implementing FaaS I will demonstrate the core components, features, and challenges of architecting and using various serverless platforms.

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Managing Serverless Development

Serverless is still an emerging space, and many people are trying to push current management practices into the serverless space. Does this work? Is there a better way? What lessons can we learn from this emergent space?

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Putting the F in FaaS: Functional Composition in a Serverless World

What are the best patterns for composing serverless applications? Where to look for inspiration? In this talk, Lars describes how functional programming patterns can be used for FaaS.

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Serverless Wordpress

I will showcase migrating a (semi-) high traffic WP site from a costly server to AWS Lightsail & server-side rendering React app on Serverless framework. It's faster and more secure but at the same time the customer doesn’t have to compromise on their favourite editor, WordPress.

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Intro to Fn: Open Source Cloud Agnostic Serverless Platform

In this lightning talk, I will demo the Fn Project, a new OSS serverless platform by the creators of IronFunctions, including Fn Flow which allows developers to build higher-order workflows in the native language of their choice (no JSON!). I will also highlight enterprise case studies of Fn in production.

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Serverless in production, an experience report

In this talk Yan Cui shares his experience of migrating an existing monolithic architecture for a social network to AWS Lambda, and how it empowered a small team to deliver features quickly and how they address operational concerns such as CI/CD, logging, monitoring and config management.

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Aftershow Party

Party at 13. Stock!

Workshop Day (Feb 15th)

JeffConf Hamburg features a workshop day one day before the main conference. Beverages and and lunch are included in the ticket.

Attendees who acquire a workshop ticket can attend to the following 4 hour workshops on a first-come first-serve basis.

TimeSlot 1Slot 2Slot 3

09:00 - 13:00

Developing Event-driven and Serverless Applications with IBM Cloud Functions & Apache OpenWhisk (beginner - intermediate)

Supervisors: Andreas Nauerz, James Thomas, Vadim Raskin

Learn the basics and strengths of IBM Cloud Functions & Apache OpenWhisk. In this workshop you will learn how to develop serverless applications composed of loosely coupled microservice-alike functions. You’ll learn about the key concepts and work with our CLI and UI to become a FaaS star by implementing a real-world application. You will also learn how to make use of related technologies such as our API Gateway, Message Hub and App Connect integration as well as other event providers. Finally, you will learn how to package and deploy your entire serverless application together using the the open Serverless Framework as well as IBM’s wskdeply.

Prerequisites: Laptop, Text editor

Serverless Web Application on AWS (beginner)

Supervisors: Paul Johnston, Danilo Poccia

This workshop shows you how to build a dynamic, serverless web application. You'll learn how to host static web resources with Amazon S3, how to use Amazon Cognito to manage users and authentication, and how to build a RESTful API for backend processing using Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda and Amazon DynamoDB.

Prerequisites: A laptop (Mac/Linux/Windows) and a working AWS account.

Designing, building, and operating FaaS-based microservices on Azure (all)

Supervisors: Andreas Heumaier, Claus Matzinger

In this workshop we'll explore how to build and run a FaaS-based microservices architecture on Azure. Topics include:

  • Using Domain Driven Design (DDD) to design a microservices architecture.
  • Choosing the right Azure technologies for serverless functions compute, storage, messaging, and other elements of the design.
  • Understanding microservices design patterns.
  • Designing for resiliency, scalability, and performance.
  • Building a CI/CD pipeline.

Prerequisites: Working Azure account recommended. Hands-on coding, so everyone should bring their laptop with a code editor (like, Visual Studio Code) and some experience writing JavaScript or C# for the API we are going to create!

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch Break

Finger food (vegan/vegetarian friendly) will be served.

14:00 - 18:00

Serverless Chatbot Development (all)

Supervisors: Slobodan Stojanović, Aleksandar Simović

How many buzzwords can you fit into a single workshop while still keeping it useful? Let’s see! This workshop will teach you how to build serverless chatbot for multiple platforms with NLP integration. It will also show you how to test your chatbot.


  • Why serverless and chatbots are good fit
  • How to create a chatbot for fb messenger and telegram
  • How to store state in serverless chatbot
  • How to integrate you chatbot with the third-party service
  • How to send scheduled messages
  • How to integrate NLP to your chatbot
  • How to test your chatbot
  • Basics of good chatbot design

Prerequisites: A laptop (Mac/Linux/Windows) and a working AWS account.

Serverless Data Processing on AWS (advanced)

Supervisors: Paul Johnston, Danilo Poccia

This workshop demonstrates how to collect, store, and process data with a serverless application. In this workshop you'll learn how to automatically process files on Amazon S3 using AWS Lambda, how to build real-time streaming applications using Amazon Kinesis Streams and Amazon Kinesis Analytics, how to archive data streams using Amazon Kinesis Firehose and Amazon S3, and how to run ad-hoc queries on those files using Amazon Athena.

Prerequisites: A laptop (Mac/Linux/Windows) and a working AWS account.

Building Multi-Cloud Applications with the Event Gateway (intermediate)

Supervisor: Philipp Muens

Serverless is all about empowering developers to be more productive, and part of that story is giving developers more choice. In this workshop you'll learn how to utilize the Event Gateway to develop an application that utilize multiple cloud-providers.

Prerequisites: Laptop, AWS account (preferably with AdministratorAccess), Text editor,Serverless Framework v1 installed

Workshop Day Location

Altonaer Museum

Museumstraße 23, 22765 Hamburg

Find out more about this fantastic venue here!

Diversity @ JeffConf Hamburg

JeffConf is a community organised event focusing on Serverless technologies and the changing face of application development. We aim to make it an inclusive conference welcoming people from diverse backgrounds. To reach our goal, we are going to allow people who are part of an underrepresented group in tech to obtain a free diversity ticket.

If you wish to apply for a diversity ticket simply click the button below.

Diversity Partners

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If you think your organisation should be one of our Diversity Partners, email us at

Code of Conduct

All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our conference are required to agree with the following code of conduct. Organisers will enforce this code throughout the event. We are expecting cooperation from all participants to help ensuring a safe environment for everybody.

tl;dr: Jeff says be excellent with each other

Need Help?

We have a dedicated team that takes care of your safety. If you experience harassment or other Code of Conduct violations, please contact the care team consisting of Fabian Fabian (@filtercake) and Susanne Kaiser (@suksr).

How to get help

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We expect participants to follow these rules at conference and workshop venues and conference-related social events.


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About JeffConf Hamburg


Soenke Ruempler

Co-founder superluminar and Serverless Hamburg user group organiser

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Susanne Kaiser

CTO at Just Software AG

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Hendric Ruesch

Co-founder superluminar

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Ben Tisdall

DevOps Engineer at moovel GmbH and co-organiser Serverless Hamburg user group

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Our motivation for creating JeffConf Hamburg isn't money. In the event that the conference is profitable we will put the money back into the community and/or towards the next JeffConf Hamburg. We're committed to financial transparency and will publish the conference accounts on this page once they are finalised.