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Top 5 Benefits of Serverless Technology to Scale Your Business


Thomas John

Thomas John

Serverless Technology US

Business owners have relied on traditional server-centric and cloud-based infrastructure for years, but teams are moving towards serverless architecture as the technology ecosystem matures. The term “serverless” can mislead you into thinking there are no servers. Of course, there will be servers, but the trend is not to manage or provision them anymore. Organizations find it easier to build, run, and scale their business by focusing on building and running applications rather than learning to manage a platform. A recent survey from O’Reilly found that 40% of organizations have shifted to serverless technology. 

So what advantages does the “no-ops” approach offer businesses that boost scalability? Below we will stroll through five benefits of serverless technology that directly lead to better business growth. 

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Faster Deployments

Since there are no production systems to manage or servers for provisioning, companies can focus on developing and deploying new, innovative applications or features to support their business. Organizations can improve business operations & boost growth with efficient custom application development & deployment

Better Product Development

Serverless systems will leave you plenty of time to focus on product development. Organizations need people for physical security or network configuration of traditional server-based infrastructure. The serverless architecture enables them to introduce new innovative products or services since vendors take care of everything from configuring to managing the servers. You don’t need to learn the platform. Serverless architectures such as AWS DynamoDB can be configurable.

Event-Based System

For those who don’t know, serverless technology is an event-based system that works after these events trigger one another in order. On the other hand, servers are stream-based, connecting to everything. It leaves companies helpless when a failure in servers impacts their entire log, whereas, in the case of serverless, it only impacts an event.

70 to 90% Cost Reduction

You witness a massive cost reduction when you only pay for what you use. We won’t argue that cloud-based infrastructures are not cheap, but how about not paying for virtual servers that hardly run at maximum capacity, storage blocks you won’t use anymore, or load balancers that are inefficient in balancing anything. In addition, you will also hire someone to manage your cloud architecture. Serverless technology saves 70 to 90% of current infrastructure costs by allowing you to pay for every byte of storage you use and not paying for server maintenance, database management, and several other things.  

Scale in Seconds

You will not have to purchase new servers for short-term spikes in traffic. New serverless technology is scaled automatically to handle higher capacity and close down when demand drops. So leave capacity planning to your vendors and work on scaling your business. For scaling, you can introduce custom machine learning technology systems from industry experts such as Calpion. 

Bottom Line

Serverless technology has gained traction across all industries. From startups to large enterprises, thousands of companies leverage the no-server approach to focus on their business growth rather than managing infrastructure. The listed benefits exemplify how serverless architecture can make your business highly scalable. 

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Thomas John

Thomas John is the President & CEO of Calpion Inc. Thomas brings more than three decades of experience in the healthcare RCM & AI industry. He has expertise in strategizing enterprise-level IT solutions using AI & Deep Learning for various organizations, from Fortune 500 to high-scalability startups. Thomas completed the Information Technology in Healthcare leadership program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. With a background and professional experience in advanced technologies, he supports our clients in their digital transformation journey for business success. Thomas believes in using the latest advanced technologies like AI to improve businesses for operational excellence.

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