Thoughtworks Misses the Mark — Re: Serverless vs. Kubernetes

  • Servers need to be hidden
  • Pay only for what you use
  • Have high availability out of the box
  • Be able to scale on demand
Thoughtworks authors’ breakdown of the serverless landscape

Are Containers as a Service “Serverless”?

These container-as-a-service offerings bridge the gap between overly complicated Kubernetes clusters and overly restrictive functions-as-a-service capabilities.

How CaaS Changes the Calculus

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I Make Software ▪ Currently obsessed with C#, .NET 6, TypeScript, Vue.js, NoSQL, and serverless!

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