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The State Of Serverless

Austen Collins · Full Stack Fest 2016

The "serverless architecture" has become massively popular this year, and for the right reasons. It’s zero-administration nature and pay-per-execution pricing model have removed the major limitations preventing developers from provisioning infinite amounts of logic. Here we chat about the state of the serverless architecture, the vastly intricate, event-driven architectures it will enable in the future, and how empowering it will be for companies and individual developers alike.