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A Cloud Guru uses Lambda and API Gateway to build serverless company

Serverless computing offers the opportunity to build and run web, Internet of Things and mobile applications without virtual or physical servers at a significantly reduced overhead cost. What’s not to like about that? That’s the business philosophy embraced by Ryan Kroonenburg (pictured), founder of A Cloud Guru Ltd. The company offers cloud computing certification training for […] The post A Cloud Guru uses Lambda and API Gateway to build serverless company appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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