Like many, I was at the AWS Re:Invent conference in Las Vegas in December. No surprise—lots going on in the fast-moving world of cloud computing.
In particular, the rise of serverless technology left many asking, what monitoring do you really need if it’s all taken care of in the cloud?A serverless technology primer
Serverless is essentially functions-as-a-service.
It allows a development team to upload its application code without worrying a bit about provisioning and patching servers or containers, managing scaling, or redundancy. Pricewise, it’s often a win because you only pay for an actual code execution, not idle servers.
It’s a continuation of the evolution we’ve seen in IT over the past decades from bare-metal servers to virtual machines, and then containers.To read this article in full, please click here

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