Cloudstate (Part 2): Why we need it?

Cloudstate (Part 2): Why we need it?

Reading Time: 2 minutes. In our previous blog post, Cloudstate (Part 1): What is it?, we came to know about the Serverless Computing, it's advantages, and a brief introduction of Clouds.

Reading Time: 2 minutes

In our previous blog post,  Cloudstate (Part 1): What is it?, we came to know about the Serverless Computing, it’s advantages, and a brief introduction of Cloudstate.

In this blog post we will deep dive further into Cloudstate by understanding, why we need it? For which we need to know the limitations of the Serverless ComputingWhy? Because Cloudstate overcomes them and that’s why it is required. So let’s take a look at the limitations of Serverless Computing.

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