In our previous post, we discussed the history of serverless, Platform as a Service (PaaS), Backend as a Service (BaaS), and Functions as a Service (FaaS).
Despite its name, serverless doesn’t mean servers are absent—that is impossible because code still needs to run somewhere.
Now that we’ve discussed the serverless architecture and its use cases are clearer in the first part of our Serverless series, here’s a summary of some of its key benefits and challenges.
Serverless is an approach to software development that abstracts the server layer from the application code.
If you are wondering which services you can use for deploying microservices on Amazon Web Services (AWS), check out the recommendations below. Amazon Elastic Container Service/AWS Fargate Microservices does not translate to containers.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides several security services to help its customers protect their cloud-based data assets from loss, corruption or exfiltration.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a wealth of services and tools for developing, deploying, securing, and managing apps and services on the cloud.
In 2013, the CIA signed a huge 10-year deal with Amazon Web Services (AWS) for cloud services.
There are many questions about making the transition to move a legacy application to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud, and Media Temple can help you with the decision and the journey to migrate.
In this article, Media Temple examines why cloud costs and security are legitimate concerns, but also why they should not be constraints to public cloud adoption, especially since there are best practices and tools to mitigate the risks.
The Amazon Web Services (“AWS”) Web Application Firewall (“WAF”) protects web applications from common vulnerability exploits, such as bad bots, cross-site scripting (“XSS”), and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.
Media Temple has been helping customers move a wide range of workloads to the cloud since 2015.
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How do you make a cloud do what you want it to? Consider an example using actual clouds: Back in 1946, a chemist named Vincent Schaefer did the unthinkable: He created a snowstorm in a laboratory.