No-ops is the concept that an IT environment, such as cloud computing, can become so automated and abstracted from the underlying platforms that there is no need for a team to manage the thing. The no-ops concept has largely arisen from the introduction of serverless cloud computing, and the automation that has occurred on the devops side of cloud computing.

If serverless computing systems can deal with the back-end infrastructure automatically, why not take that to the next level and automate operations completely? This means no people are involved in the provisioning of virtual servers, the changing of databases, monitoring, or the management of application workloads.

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