FaaS (Functions As A Service) - Serverless Computing

  • AWS Lambda - Serverless Computing - A major downside is that you are limited by the languages and tooling supported by the FAAS platform. If, instead of supplying raw code files, you provide your own Docker images, you get all the benefits of FAAS, but with fewer runtime limitations. Rather than being constrained by the platform, you have full control over what languages and tooling your code uses.
  • AWS Fargate - Serverless compute for containers
  • Microsoft Azure Container Instances - It’s intended for applications that have built from the ground up to be Serverless; it’s suitable for discrete tasks (such as data processing) or event-driven applications.

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