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Serverless architecture refers to apps that depend on third-party services or custom code.
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Kishin Yagami lambstatus.github.io

LambStatus – a serverless status page system

Why is serverless a good fit for status page systems? According to the author: It eases your pain caused by the scaling / availability issues. It is terrible if your service is down AND heavy traffic from stuck users stops your status page. It enables you to pay only for what you use. A status page only occasionally gets huge traffic. The system takes only $1 per 30,000 visitors and almost $0 if no visitors. Makes sense to me. 💯

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The power of Serverless for front-end developers

A new microsite by Chris Coyier. Let's get one thing out of the way: it still involves servers, so that word serverless might feel a bit disingenuous. It's actually a new way to pay for and work with servers that, in many cases, is cheaper and easier than buying and managing your own servers. In addition to a nice description of what Serverless is (and isn't), the site includes lists of service providers, ideas about things you could build, and related resources.

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