Hello, friends. I am sharing an article published on forbes.com by Mr Tolga Tarhan,Forbes Councils Member. I am quoting an excerpt from this article and you can read further by clicking link at end of this article.
A decade ago, running virtual machines (VMs) in the cloud was state-of-the-art. It made cloud migration relatively simple: Companies could just shift the VMs they were already running on their on-premises servers to the servers of an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) vendor. Freed from the burden of physical server maintenance, companies gained flexibility and cut costs.
But today, no one is building new applications based on VMs. Instead, they're turning to two models that are more cost-effective, low-maintenance and scalable than VMs can ever hope to be: containerization and serverless computing. These two models, not VMs, represent the future of compute.
Read more here... Forbes
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