How Modern Data Centers Share Workloads with the Public Cloud

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Data Center Knowledge

January 12, 2018

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The varying definitions of the phrase “serverless architecture” all have this in common: It presents enterprise customers with the means of deploying workloads to a public cloud provider’s infrastructure without any discussion whatsoever, or any further consideration, of the servers that would support them.

The serverless option begins with the provider giving you the opportunity to run a function on their platform. You give the provider the code, which links with the APIs of its serverless  platform,  and it runs that code, making the results available from a browser.

A growing number of smart customers have begun building entire web applications into the shared function and replacing a client/server platform that can take years to build with a construct that takes weeks to assemble.

Download this white paper and find out how you can use this technology to unburden your administrators, operators, and developers without sacrificing the speed, flexibility, and ownership you get from your own servers.

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