Travelex chief architect: Invest in serverless now or risk being left behind

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Travelex has moved from a monolithic to a microservices architecture, and is now experimenting with serverless
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Travelex has moved from a monolithic to a microservices architecture, and is now experimenting with serverless

Travelex's Dan Phelps says that moving from microservices to serverless has let the business focus on financial services, not hardware maintenance

Serverless is the latest trend in the cloud computing market: a complete separation between code and servers. Instead of leasing space on a virtual machine, companies only pay for the resources tha...

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