These challenges prevent your business from being able to move ahead. While In an increasingly competitive environment, are you facing challenges that serverless architecture can address to move your project forward faster:
With serverless architecture, you pay for what you use, not what you anticipate using. This helps you manage your resources and your budget more efficiently.
Serverless architecture automatically scales as you grow to leave you more time to architect, create, elevate, and optimize your services.
Serverless provides an automated back-end infrastructure creating a faster, more efficient model for your engineers to work with daily.
Serverless architectures automates maintenance meaning your team has more time to work on new services and applications.
These challenges prevent your business from being able to move ahead. While energy is spent on managing infrastructure, the time between development and launch extends, meaning you lose profits, productivity, and possibility.
As solution architects, our experts have the knowledge base and skills you need to adopt serverless architecture in your organization based on best practices for high-performing, scalable solutions. We create solutions supported by reliable, cost-effective, and scalable infrastructure with the best-in-class AWS Cloud.
The process is simple:
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There are two components of serverless architecture:
When adopting serverless on a large scale, it’s essential to understand the difference between the two.
Function as a Service is a type of cloud computing that allows you to develop, launch, and manage your application’s functionalities without building and maintaining the infrastructure needed for this work. Your developers will be able to run code functions instantly without the worry of system requirements and back-end infrastructure.
Use cases for FaaS:
Benefits of FaaS:
Backend as a service, also known as BaaS and MBaaS, works more specifically with web and mobile app development. Baas provides a bridge to connect the frontend of an application to the cloud-based backends through APIs and SDKs. BaaS (MBaaS) provides a unified way to connect apps to their cloud services.
Use cases for BaaS/MBaaS:
Benefits of BaaS/MBaaS