Serverless architecture is a cloud computing concept in which the infrastructure is managed by the cloud provider and resources are automatically provisioned as needed to satisfy a user's request.
Users don't have to worry about managing and growing servers using this design; instead, they can focus on writing and implementing programs. This method saves money because the user only pays for the resources utilized during the execution of their code.
Serverless architecture is a hybrid of event-driven and microservices architecture, in which application components are divided into smaller portions that may be created, deployed, and scaled independently. In serverless architecture, Lambda functions are frequently used to do specific activities in response to an event trigger.
AWS Lambda is a comprehensive set of serverless architecture services provided by AWS. AWS Lambda is a computation service that allows you to run code without the need for server setup or management, and thus is a critical component of serverless architecture.
Here are some AWS services that are often utilized in serverless architecture:
Developers can use these AWS services to create highly scalable, fault-tolerant, and cost-effective serverless applications. Developers can concentrate on developing code rather than managing infrastructure while using serverless architecture.
Rootstack specialists will discuss serverless architecture and all of the benefits it may offer to your technology project at our upcoming annual event on September 21 at the Hilton hotel in Panama.
The presentation discusses what a serverless architecture is, how it works, how to start an application with this technology, current alternatives, and ultimately a little demonstration of how to work with this type of technology.
In addition, we will discuss the advantages of using this technology in the middle of the presentation. Typically, it has to do with cost, rapid development because deployments take little time, allowing the client and developer to see changes in production sooner.