There are lots of big cloud shows coming up, and the core themes will be containers, devops integration, and more serverless computing services, such as databases, middleware, and dev tools.
Why the focus on serverless computing? It’s a helpful concept, where you don’t have to think about the number of resources you need to attach to a public cloud service, such as storage and compute. You just use the service, and the back-end server instances are managed for you: “magically” provisioned, used, and deprovisioned.
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The serverless cloud computing concept is now white-hot in the cloud computing world, and the cloud providers are looking to cash in. Who can blame them? At the same time, you can take things to a silly level. I suspect there’ll be a few serverless concepts that jump the shark the day they are announced.
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