On-premises Serverless Architecture

Serverless architecture is one of the most sought after technologies today in Software Architecture world. It refers to applications where server-side logic is run in stateless containers that are event-triggered, ephemeral and fully managed by a third-party service known as Backend as a Service “Bass” or Function as a Service “Fass”. Most of the cloud vendors including Amazon, Google and Microsoft are heavily invested in their Serverless offerings. Despite the name, it does not actually involve running code without servers. The name “serverless computing” is used because the application owner does not have to purchase, rent or provision servers or virtual machines for running the serverless backend.


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