What is Serverless Computing? (In Simple Terms)
As we all know that to do any task on our devices, our device needs to do some operations to complete that task. Oh nooo, I’ve started talking about different stuff. So we are here to discuss Serverless Computing. So let’s discuss that.
Serverless computing is a method of providing backend services on an as-used basis.
Serverless means that developers can do their work without having to worry about servers at all. All of the server space and infrastructure concerns are handled by the vendor.
Note that although called serverless, physical servers are still used but developers don’t need to be aware of them.
A serverless provider allows users to write and deploy code without the hassle of worrying about the underlying infrastructure.
A company that gets backend services from a serverless vendor is charged based on their computation as a service is auto-scaling.
- No server management is necessary
- Quick deployment and updates are possible
- Serverless architectures are inherently scalable
- Code runs closer to the end-user, decreasing latency.
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