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Ep. 82 Serverless with Chris Shum

Published Oct 13, 2021
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Serverless computing, pioneered by platforms such as AWS Lambda, is a relatively new computing paradigm that developers are increasingly using as a tool for building applications in the cloud.

Generally speaking, a solution is serverless if it can automatically and dynamically match compute and storage resources to workload demands.

On today's show, Chris Shum, Sr. Product Manager for MongoDB Serverless (available in preview) joins Michael to talk about what Serverless means in the MongoDB context, how it was created and why you should be interested.

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