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Advantages and Pitfalls of Serverless Architecture


There are many definitions of what serverless is. NIST or the National Institute of Standards and Technology defines serverless as providing resource pooling, rapid elasticity, and measured service in an opaque manner to the end-user. On the other hand, Knative has its definition of the same. Their understanding of serverless is based upon the outcome. If a system provides autoscaling and fine...

The Future of Software Development: Cloud Native Applications


The concept of the cloud was introduced in the 1960s as an offshore pool of infrastructure pool that could be used on a pay-as-you-go model. It is called a cloud because to the end-user the location of the devices in the backend would be irrelevant and he/she would just be paying to use the service remotely.  For the past decade now it has been quite the hot topic of debate as to if it will live...

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