Why Large Corporations Prefer Serverless?

The execution of different functions takes place on a platform, when only the application exists to feed the functions, apply the parameters to fullfil the user requests. In the case of serverless, the user has the opportunity to get the results of their requests without having the app go through the specific server requests, wait for acknowledgement and data availability and then receive the outcome. Below we look at a few characteristics of serverless applications and why some multinationals rush to implement them.

While developers spend less time, have more speed on the serverless applications, they do not have the same flexibility that allows to switch vendors when functions do not accomplish what they have requested. Google Cloud Functions represent a type of serverless app and more large corporations start deploying serverless applications to increase speed and easy-to-use functions apps. In the same manner, Oracle have announced their serverless app based on open source code. The users are free to choose between Oracle serverless and other apps of the same sort.

Some Cloud applications could be run in Cloud environments and still they are not restricted to run on platforms that belong to specific vendors. Customers will not feel restraint to pick among various vendors.

While the applications which use server benefit of flexibility, for example in terms of changing vendors and possibility of portability to a different environment, the serverless provide speed to complete the request and simplicity in creating the app referring to how the customers use it.

On both the customer and developer side, the data stores without laborious operational infrastructure and identity management. When serverless has just started to get shape, the builders thought of higher scalability or the ability to be expandable,  higher security, performance and reliability.

While the aps are in development, they are deployed highly optimized for the functions they embed. The functionality programmers can now focus on refining the end-user behaviour and translating them into business functions automatically scalable, available to a higher degree and more secure.


Cory Popescu