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Build an Enterprise-grade Blockchain: How serverless and cloud enable scalable blockchains
Blockchains weren't built to scale too well. But when Tim Wagner, inventor of AWS Lambda, built one in the cloud with the latest serverless technologies he created the first enterprise-ready blockchain.

Blockchains, databases, and APIs can't cut it on their own—but together they will modernize data sharing.

Join Dr. Tim Wagner, co-founder of Vendia and Peter Sbarski, AWS Serverless Hero as they talk about bringing blockchains, cloud databases, serverless, and APIs together in one solution. The result: the ability to share data across boundaries, in real-time.


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Tim Wagner
Co-Founder of Vendia @Vendia
Dr. Tim Wagner is the inventor of AWS Lambda and a former general manager of AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway services. He has also served as VP of Engineering at Coinbase, where he managed design, security, and product management teams. Tim co-founded Vendia to help organizations of all sizes share data more effectively across clouds and companies and serves as its CEO. He is also the driving force behind the Lean Apps Movement, holds dozens of patents in serverless, cloud compute, and database technologies, and is a frequent keynote speaker at software conferences.
Peter Sbarski
AWS Serverless Hero
Peter Sbarski is the author of “Serverless Architectures on AWS” and an AWS Serverless Hero. Previously a VP of Education & Research at A Cloud Guru and the organizer of Serverlessconf, the world’s first conference dedicated entirely to serverless architectures and technologies. His work at A Cloud Guru allowed him to work with, talk and write about serverless architectures, cloud computing, and AWS. Peter is always happy to discuss cloud computing and can be found at conferences and meetups throughout the year. He helps to organize Serverless Meetups in Melbourne, Australia, and is always keen to share his experience working on interesting and innovative cloud projects. Peter’s passions include serverless technologies, event-driven programming, back end architecture, and orchestration of systems. Peter holds a PhD in Computer Science from Monash University, Australia.