Serverless Infrastructure

Taking the headache out of maintenance, a serverless infrastructure is a way to build and run applications and services without having to manage the bulky servers. Not to be confused with Cloud Computing though, having a serverless infrastructure simply means you pay someone else to manage your servers that are physically located somewhere else in the world.

Below are some reasons why going serverless is ideal.

Microservices

With a serverless infrastructure, microservices are used to develop a single application as different small services that each run its own process. Using microservices enables applications to be easier to develop, test, deploy, change and maintain.

Cost

A serverless infrastructure is more cost-effective than any other server option. Purchasing a server is the most expensive option. Cloud computing has its own benefits but is still slightly more expensive that having a serverless infrastructure. The best benefit of a serverless infrastructure is that you are paying for the exact amount of resources you need. If your project only needs 4.51GB of memory, that’s all you pay for.

Ease

Adding and creating features is quicker with the help of a serverless infrastructure. From a coding perspective, developers don’t have to worry about multithreading or directly handling HTTP requests because all units of code are exposed. This makes back-end development and deploying even simpler.

A Green Footprint

Companies with their own servers need to constantly run their servers. The physical resources coupled with the energy to keep servers running is immense. If you need more servers, simply buy them online rather than going out to get a big bulky machine.

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