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Why Modern Websites Are using Open Source Jamstack Architecture?


According to an industry survey by Netlify, web developers across industries and years of experience are adopting the Jamstack architecture, choosing the speed of development backed by coherent workflows over commoditized cloud services. We sat down with the co-founder and CEO of Netlify, Mathias (Matt) Biilmann, to talk about Jamstack.

About the guest: Matt Biilmann is the technical cofounder and CEO of Netlify, a platform for modern web development used by hundreds of thousands of developers worldwide. An active participant in open source, Mathias has contributed to the following well-known projects: Netlify CMS, Ruby on Rails, JRuby, and Mongoid.

About Netlify: Netlify claims to be the fastest way to build the fastest sites. Used by 800,000 web developers and businesses, the Netlify platform provides modern build workflows, serverless functions and a global Application Delivery Network to deliver the most performant, secure, and scalable websites and applications. Netlify pioneered the JAMstack category, a modern web architecture that marries the best practices of static sites with the API economy and serverless functions, to deliver faster load times and dynamic content, without worrying about web servers. Founded in 2014, Netlify is a venture-backed software company headquartered in San Francisco with a global team.