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Darshan.P.P Lakshya.S Karthik Raja.S.K and Abhishek.S
Serverless Computing is a cloud computing execution model in which the cloud provider is responsible for allocating and managing the servers, and the user is only responsible for providing and managing their application code. This allows for greater scalability and cost efficiency, as the user only pays for the resources they actually use, rather than maintaining their own infrastructure. Additionally, serverless computing allows for faster development and deployment, as there is no need to provision and maintain servers. Common examples of serverless computing include AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, and Google Cloud Functions.
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