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Serverless Architectures Review, Future Trend and the Solutions to Open Problems

1Solutions Architect, Master of Science in Software Engineering, Specialization in Cloud and Mobile Computing, Computer Engineering, San Jose State University, CA, USA


American Journal of Software Engineering. 2019, Vol. 6 No. 1, 1-10
DOI: 10.12691/ajse-6-1-1
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Manoj Kumar. Serverless Architectures Review, Future Trend and the Solutions to Open Problems. American Journal of Software Engineering. 2019; 6(1):1-10. doi: 10.12691/ajse-6-1-1.

Correspondence to: Manoj  Kumar, Solutions Architect, Master of Science in Software Engineering, Specialization in Cloud and Mobile Computing, Computer Engineering, San Jose State University, CA, USA. Email: manojsjsu@gmail.com

Abstract

Lately, the popularity and adoption of serverless computing or Function-as-a-Service have been grown substantially, and it emerges as a better way to manage cost, reliability, availability, and scalability. This paper presents a detail of serverless offerings from leading cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform and some open source. It compares them side by side in the relevant category like compute, storage, database, messaging, API management, and tooling. Also provides comparative analysis on available serverless architectures for the most common use cases within cloud provider's environment. It will also emphasize on benefits, open problems, possible solutions, and the future of the technology.

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