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The serverless paradigm offers solutions to application building and deployment without the challenges of infrastructure management. Organizations no longer need to perform capacity planning of any kind, like figuring out the necessary amounts of CPU, memory, disk, and database storage. A serverless offering from a cloud service provider handles these, ensuring rapid time-to-market. Product teams only need to focus on developing applications with the following characteristics:
Stateless: serverless applications serve every user request from a new application instance. The application must be stateless in all respects. It can’t rely on any disk persistence or previously served in-memory values Ephemeral: serverless applications are not long-lived. An incoming request creates an application instance. Post-request handling destroys this Event-processing: events from other components in the ecosystem like HTTP requests, database entries, or inbound message notifications trigger serverless workflows. Often this is across the complete enterprise stack
As mentioned, Serverless providers have developed products to support diverse needs from web development to data analysis. They provide computing services like AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, and Azure Functions. They also offer storage services like S3, DynamoDB, and routing services like application programming interface (API) gateways.
Since organizations that predominately consume serverless