Application deployment strategies are really evolving fast. While containerized applications still look hot, there’s something even more interesting happening. What if instead of dealing with application containers we’d got rid of redundant shell and send application functions directly to the cloud? Sounds insane, right? Yet all major cloud providers have function-as-a-service (FaaS) functionality, which along with object storage and database services is enough to build a fully functional web application without a server – a serverless application.
Of cause, there’s still a server somewhere. Maybe many of them. But this time we neither know, nor care about them. Continue reading “Another shiny toy – serverless application”