With the new optimized Terraform load balancing module, you can now set up load balancing for serverless applications on Cloud Run, App Engine, or Cloud Functions. A New Terraform Module for Serverless Load Balancing.
Today we are announcing a new Terraform module for provisioning load balancers optimized for serverless applications. With this Terraform module, you can complete your load balancing task with a single module, instead of configuring many underlying network resources yourself in Terraform.
In an earlier article, we showed you how to build a Cloud HTTPS Load Balancer for your serverless applications from the ground up using Terraform. It was cumbersome, requiring you to know many networking APIs and wire them up. This new Terraform module solves this problem by abstracting away the details of building a load balancer and gives you a single Terraform resource to interact with.
You can now easily place your serverless applications (Cloud Run, App Engine, or Cloud Functions) behind a Cloud Load Balancer that has an automatic TLS certificate, and lets you set up features like Cloud CDN, Cloud IAP, or custom certificates with only a few lines of configuration.
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Happy Serverless September 2020! We at Coding Sans love working with serverless technology. This is why we decided to publish a report with the latest serverless trends this year. We partnered up with nine other companies who share our love to make it happen.
In this post, I will go through the process of predicting key performance characteristics and the cost of scale-per-request serverless platforms (like AWS Lambda, IBM Cloud Functions, Azure Functions, and Google Cloud Functions) with different workload intensities (in terms of requests per second) using a performance model.
Serverless computing promises greater scalability, faster development, more efficient deployment, and lower cost.