Don’t botch serverless cloud applications

It’s a funny business. Once we remove some core steps from application development (such as having to provision cloud resources like storage and compute) developers take this freedom to an illogical yet understandable conclusion.

In some cases, planning and design is being tossed out the window. Why? Considering that serverless is self-provisioning, and applications can be designed and built dynamically on the fly, and if we’re not doing infrastructure planning, well, why not?

I have three reasons we should reconsider. 

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from InfoWorld Cloud Computing