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What’s the deal with serverless architectures?

The technologies and ideas behind the buzzword

A server room. Photo by Taylor Vick on Unsplash

Software needs hardware to run on. For a long time, this meant that you have to buy hardware, ensure that the network connection keeps working, worry about power outages and device errors, and make sure the temperature is fine. You need to buy new machines when you get more customers, you need to deal with…

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