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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Problems solved by serverless and Functions as a Service

Even though we have only been launching the most basic applications so far, I hope you are starting to see how using serverless could help with the development of your applications.

Imagine you have a JavaScript application which is being hosted in an object store such as Amazon's S3 service. Your application could be written in, say, React (https://facebook.github.io/react/) or Angular (https://angular.io/), and both of these technologies allow you to load external data using JSON. This data can be requested and delivered using a serverless function—combining these technologies allows you to create an application that not only has no single point of failure, but also, when using public ...

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