The bad news: There are servers used in serverless computing. Real servers, with whirring fans and lots of blinking lights, installed in racks inside data centers inside the enterprise or up in the cloud.
The good news: You don’t need to think about those servers in order to use their functionality to write and deploy enterprise software. Your IT administrators don’t need to provision or maintain those servers, or think about their processing power, memory, storage, or underlying software infrastructure. It’s all invisible, abstracted away.
That’s why serverless computing is such a powerful concept, one that’s poised to explode as software architects and software developers come to grips with this emerging paradigm. Read the complete article here.
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