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1 RUNING HEAD; FaaS COMPUTING TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction……………………………………………… 1 1.1. Background……………………………………………. 1.1 1.2. Significance ………………………………………………1.2 1.3. Research Focus………………………………………… 1.3 1.3.1. Research Problem ………………………………………1.3.1 1.3.2. Aim………………………………………………………1.3.2 1.3.3. Research question………………………………………1.3.2 2. Literature review……………………………………………2 3. Research Methodology ……………………………………3 4. Evaluation of Results and Findings …………………………4 4.1 Results and Findings ………………………………………4.1 4.2 Discussion …………………………………………………4.2 5. Conclusion……………………………………………………5 6. References ……………………………………………………6
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2 RUNING HEAD; FaaS COMPUTING Introduction Serverless computing is considered as ‘FaaS’, since the cloud system is not ‘always connected’, but just works on the basis of requests it gets to execute a function. FaaS has a lot of practical use cases like FaaS-based web applications, Event-based analytics, Transformation of Data, Data Processing, and Report Generation; with major Solution Providers being AWS Lambda, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Functions(Queiro,2011). Serverless computing is referred to as a cloud computing execution model where the cloud service provider will dynamically manage the allocation of the machine resources. The pricing is usually dependent on the actual amount of resources that an application consumes, rather than solely focusing on the pre-purchased units of capacity. This is a form of utility computing . Background Various serverless vendors provide compute runtimes that are also known as Function as a service (FaaS). These are platforms that execute application logic yet they do not store any data. The very first "pay as you go" execution code platform was called Zimki, it was released in 2006, but it was yet to be commercially successful. In 2008, Google App Engine was released by Google, this app featured measured billing for applications that used Python framework that was costumed , but was not able to execute the arbitrary code.
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