The aim is to develop microservice oriented solutions to help decompose complex applications into small, easily manageable and exchangeable modules. This brings us to the question – are there really ‘serverless’ computing services? Of course, it is only logical that there should be servers in the background, but developers need not bother about the operation or provisioning of these servers; the entire server management is done by the cloud provider. Thus, the developer can devote more of his time to creating effective and innovative codes.
Being serverless, the developers are relieved from the tension of server operation and maintenance and hence, can focus on the codes. The developer gets access to a framework with which he can create codes, which are adaptable for IoT applications as well, and that means handling the exodus of inputs and outputs. The cause and effect of the code will be reflected in the framework.