Serverless hides a lot of details, but there has to be a server somewhere! So what happens when a cloud provider is faced with a vulnerability like the Spectre/Meltdown? This is the story of how we fixed these bugs and rebooted 20,000 computers -- and how a serverless world would have been better.



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