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2017 Cisco Data Center Design & Deployment Seminar - Lima, Peru
©AlexHübner-NoctilucentCloudsoverVermount,US-2012
NubeliU Expertise and Excellence
Professional Services
• Cloud Architecture & Design, focused on OpenStack & IaaS
• Web Ap...
NubeliU's "Breakfast of Champions"
LXC
NubeliU's "Breakfast of Champions"
NSO
ESC
YANG
and	others...
OR
An example of the type of work (and complexity) we're now...
NubeliU Selected Customers
NubeliU
2014
NubeliU & Logicalis
2014
2017
NubeliU & Logicalis
+
Digital Transformation
Y E S , W E T O O L O V E A L L T H E B U Z Z A N D T H E H Y P E . . .
©SantiagoBorja-http://www.s...
Digital Transformation?
It all started in "Software is eating the World"
"Why Software is Eating The World"
by Marc Andreessen @ WSJ - August 2011...
Definitely a trendy topic...
Oct, 2017May, 2015Oct, 2013
Interest over time:
Looks like a hype,
sounds like a hype,
it must be a hype...
?IT IS
Digital Transformation, real or not?
It doesn't matter if it's a hype or not. All you need is look
around. You'll notice t...
Digital Transformation, a closer look:
Source: CBInsigths, August 2016
Companies with a valuation of over U$ 1 billion in ...
Digital Transformation, a closer look:
Source: CBInsigths, August 2016
Companies with a valuation of over U$ 1 billion in ...
Digital Transformation, a closer look:
Source: CBInsigths, August 2016
Companies with a valuation of over U$ 1 billion in ...
Digital Transformation, a closer look:
Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns":
Sour...
Digital Transformation, a closer look:
Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns":
Typi...
Digital Transformation, a closer look:
Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns":
Typi...
Digital Transformation, a closer look:
Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns":
Typi...
Digital Transformation, a closer look:
Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns":
Typi...
Digital Transformation - Conditions
What/Why is different now?
Six decades into the computer revolution, four decades sinc...
Digital Transformation - Conditions
There are at least 4 billion people connected to the Internet at
decent speed (+5 Mbps...
Digital Transformation - Conditions
Today, more than 2.5 billion people carry a real computer in its
pockets. These "compu...
Digital Transformation - Conditions
Today anyone has virtually infinite computing and storage capacity
without having to s...
Digital Transformation - Conditions
Today we no longer need to worry about marginal aspects of our
business. From a simple...
Cloud Computing
T R E N D S & E V O L U T I O N
Cloud adoption is reaching new hights
Public & Private Clouds are quickly approaching Traditional Data Center
spenditures,...
Cloud concerns are changing
Concerns are changing to reflect a new reality, one where multiple clouds
cohexist, serving mu...
Hybrid-Cloud has won, period.
58% of today's enterprises have a "Hybrid-First" cloud strategy.
Source: RightScale 2017 Sta...
Hybrid-Cloud has won, period.
Hybrid-Cloud became the dominant model. Multi-Cloud is the new thing.
Cloud	type	adoption,	B...
Interlude video
https://goo.gl/CF4SsA
Hybrid and Multi-Cloud are the same?
Yes and no. Nevertheless, it's important to highlight some of the
differences/nuances...
Open Source POWERS the Cloud
Open Source POWERS the Cloud
Open Source for Hardware too!
The physical future of open source.
Supported by
OPEN
Compute	Project
Open Source for Hardware too!
The physical future of open source.
Supported by
OPEN
Compute	Project
Cisco joined the proje...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source.
OPEN
Compute	Project
Before entering ...
Visiting Faceboo...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source.
I thought I knew something
about modern Data Centers.
Obv...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples:
Facebook
"SIX-PACK"
2015
1.28 ...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples:
Facebook
"BACKPACK"
2016
3.20 ...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples:
Facebook
"WEDGE"
Wedge 40G - 2...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples:
Global Transponder DWDM
12x 10...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples:
Facebook
"Bryce Canyon"
2017
U...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples:
3.2Tbps (32 by 100G) platform ...
Open Source for Hardware too
The physical future of open source. Open Compute Project (OCP) is not alone.
An Open System for serious Clouds
©AlexHübner-CumulusNimbusoverMarandubaBeach-2016
OpenStack is now mature
OpenStack is now "boring" and continues to grow steadily (44% CAGR YoY).
n Numbers, numbers and nu...
OpenStack is now mature
OpenStack Market Size, Global, 2015-2020.
Source: OpenStack Pulse Report 2016 – 451 Research.
OpenStack is now mature
Which industries use OpenStack?
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foun...
OpenStack is now mature
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation
Where in the world are th...
OpenStack is now mature
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation
What size organizations u...
OpenStack is now mature
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation
Why organizations choose ...
OpenStack is now mature
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation
Which emerging technologi...
OpenStack is now mature
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation
What types of clouds are ...
OpenStack is now mature
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation
Which workloads and frame...
OpenStack is now mature
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation
Which OpenStack-powered s...
OpenStack is now mature
Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017, OpenStack Foundation
Traditional IaaS/SDDC workloads. Notable/...
OpenStack is now mature
Distro consolidation, a clear sign of maturity (not weakness as some might think)
n Red Hat
n Cano...
An OpenStack love history...
For serious Clouds (and peace of mind):
And we also love:
VIO
It's a Multi-Cloud World!
M A N A G I N G C H A O S
Multi-Cloud Chaos
n The multi-cloud world we now live in is a result of
shadow IT and bimodal IT gone wild.
n Multi-Cloud ...
Multi-Cloud Chaos
n Risk: Multiple cloud platforms means a broader attack surface with new
vulnerabilities, requiring new ...
Multi-Cloud Chaos, Managed
Embrace Multi-Cloud
Management!
Multi-Cloud Chaos, Managed
n Proactively monitor cloud and infrastructure applications: Leverage
orchestration, automation...
Multi-Cloud Chaos, Managed
n Increase visibility of infrastructure in the cloud: Discover multi-cloud
infrastructure and s...
Brutal Automation is needed
Source: http://www.lightreading.com/automation/dt-brutal-automation-is-only-way-to-succeed/d/d...
Containerization is now a reality
Containers has a bright future. It’s no longer an adventure. Early adoption mode
is on (...
Serverless Computing, demystified
Adrian Cockcroft
VP Cloud Architecture
Strategy at AWS
Serverless computing is a cloud c...
Serverless Computing, demystified
Let's always remember:
Serverless Computing, demystified
Let's always remember:
Muchas
Gracias!
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  1. 1. 2017 Cisco Data Center Design & Deployment Seminar - Lima, Peru ©AlexHübner-NoctilucentCloudsoverVermount,US-2012
  2. 2. NubeliU Expertise and Excellence Professional Services • Cloud Architecture & Design, focused on OpenStack & IaaS • Web Application Performance & Scale • Infrastructure Cloud Building • Application Cloud Migration 1 Managed Services • Outsourcing of cloud management • 24x7 Infrastructure, Applications and Business Monitoring • Software & Infra DevOps Integration 2 Cloud Economic Analytics • SaaS or On-Premise platform for highly scalable Multi-Cloud Analytics • IaaS, PaaS e SaaS multi vendor cost monitoring • Cloud Infrastructure Optimization 3
  3. 3. NubeliU's "Breakfast of Champions" LXC
  4. 4. NubeliU's "Breakfast of Champions" NSO ESC YANG and others... OR An example of the type of work (and complexity) we're now seeing in the world. A work that requires a different system integration approach. Orchestration and Management Stack for a pure "TelcoCloud" deployment: Cisco FocusLogicalis/Nubeliu Focus
  5. 5. NubeliU Selected Customers
  6. 6. NubeliU 2014
  7. 7. NubeliU & Logicalis 2014 2017
  8. 8. NubeliU & Logicalis +
  9. 9. Digital Transformation Y E S , W E T O O L O V E A L L T H E B U Z Z A N D T H E H Y P E . . . ©SantiagoBorja-http://www.santiagoborja.com/myportfolio/pacific-storm
  10. 10. Digital Transformation?
  11. 11. It all started in "Software is eating the World" "Why Software is Eating The World" by Marc Andreessen @ WSJ - August 2011 https://goo.gl/bFswZv Marc Andreessen article for the Wall Street Journal in August 2011
  12. 12. Definitely a trendy topic... Oct, 2017May, 2015Oct, 2013 Interest over time:
  13. 13. Looks like a hype, sounds like a hype, it must be a hype... ?IT IS
  14. 14. Digital Transformation, real or not? It doesn't matter if it's a hype or not. All you need is look around. You'll notice things are really changing (really fast). Shaw we look to some evidences?
  15. 15. Digital Transformation, a closer look: Source: CBInsigths, August 2016 Companies with a valuation of over U$ 1 billion in the last 5 years:
  16. 16. Digital Transformation, a closer look: Source: CBInsigths, August 2016 Companies with a valuation of over U$ 1 billion in the last 5 years:
  17. 17. Digital Transformation, a closer look: Source: CBInsigths, August 2016 Companies with a valuation of over U$ 1 billion in the last 5 years:
  18. 18. Digital Transformation, a closer look: Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns": Source: World Economic Forum White Paper Digital Transformation of Industries – Jan 2016
  19. 19. Digital Transformation, a closer look: Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns": Typical Fortune 500: 20 years Source: World Economic Forum White Paper Digital Transformation of Industries – Jan 2016
  20. 20. Digital Transformation, a closer look: Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns": Typical Fortune 500: 20 years Source: World Economic Forum White Paper Digital Transformation of Industries – Jan 2016 Average "Unicorns": 4.4 years
  21. 21. Digital Transformation, a closer look: Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns": Typical Fortune 500: 20 years Source: World Economic Forum White Paper Digital Transformation of Industries – Jan 2016 Average "Unicorns": 4.4 years
  22. 22. Digital Transformation, a closer look: Years to reach a U$ 1 billion valuation. The "typicals" versus the "unicorns": Typical Fortune 500: 20 years Ops... 52% of the companies apearing in the "Fortune 500" in the year 2000 are now gone. Source: World Economic Forum White Paper Digital Transformation of Industries – Jan 2016 Average "Unicorns": 4.4 years
  23. 23. Digital Transformation - Conditions What/Why is different now? Six decades into the computer revolution, four decades since the invention of the microprocessor, and two decades into the rise of the modern Internet, all of the technology required to transform industries through software finally works and can be widely delivered at global scale. Marc Andreessen, 2011 "
  24. 24. Digital Transformation - Conditions There are at least 4 billion people connected to the Internet at decent speed (+5 Mbps) world-wide. In 2001, at the high of the .com bubble, we were less than 100 million... We now have Internet (REAL Internet) Source: Fixed (wired)-broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitants 2012, Dynamic Report, ITU ITC EYE
  25. 25. Digital Transformation - Conditions Today, more than 2.5 billion people carry a real computer in its pockets. These "computers" are equipped with cameras, moving sensors, GPS and 24x7 Internet connectivity. We now have Smartphones Source: Active mobile-broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitants 2012, Dynamic Report, ITU ITC EYE
  26. 26. Digital Transformation - Conditions Today anyone has virtually infinite computing and storage capacity without having to spend a penny on CAPEX and/or maintain complex infrastructure and operations. We now have Cloud Computing
  27. 27. Digital Transformation - Conditions Today we no longer need to worry about marginal aspects of our business. From a simple database of ZIP codes to a sophisticated correlation processing analysis in images through cartography, geoprocessing, etc., there's a platform to run that! We now have APIs and Platforms for pretty much everything!
  28. 28. Cloud Computing T R E N D S & E V O L U T I O N
  29. 29. Cloud adoption is reaching new hights Public & Private Clouds are quickly approaching Traditional Data Center spenditures, most likely surpassing by 2020. Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker. Q3 2017 Cloud & DC Infrastructure Spend, Global, 2015-2021 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 58,66% 25,09% 16,25% 48,59% 31,00% 21,41%
  30. 30. Cloud concerns are changing Concerns are changing to reflect a new reality, one where multiple clouds cohexist, serving multiples workloads and purposes. Source: Bain Cloud Computing Survey, 2015; Morgan Stanley AlphaWise Survey of IT Managers Top 3 Cloud Concern, USA, 2012-2015 "GETTING OLD" "NEW" "NEW"
  31. 31. Hybrid-Cloud has won, period. 58% of today's enterprises have a "Hybrid-First" cloud strategy. Source: RightScale 2017 State of the Cloud Report Enterprise Cloud Adoption Model (respondents with 1K+ employees)
  32. 32. Hybrid-Cloud has won, period. Hybrid-Cloud became the dominant model. Multi-Cloud is the new thing. Cloud type adoption, Brazil, 2013-2016 Source: Brazil IT Snapshot 2017, Logicalis
  33. 33. Interlude video
  34. 34. https://goo.gl/CF4SsA
  35. 35. Hybrid and Multi-Cloud are the same? Yes and no. Nevertheless, it's important to highlight some of the differences/nuances: n Hybrid-Cloud: on-premisses (private) + external (public) cloud with data exchange between those. Main drivers are technical (performance, compliance, licensing, etc.); HYBRID-CLOUD MULTI-CLOUD n Multi-Cloud: any combination of cloud types. Companies might opt to use more than one private cloud; combine several public clouds; and mix-up this with hybrid clouds too. Data exchange is not mandatory. Main drivers are budgetary (cost) and strategic (avoid lock-in).
  36. 36. Open Source POWERS the Cloud
  37. 37. Open Source POWERS the Cloud
  38. 38. Open Source for Hardware too! The physical future of open source. Supported by OPEN Compute Project
  39. 39. Open Source for Hardware too! The physical future of open source. Supported by OPEN Compute Project Cisco joined the project in 2014 and it's currently a GOLD member
  40. 40. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. OPEN Compute Project Before entering ... Visiting Facebook's Prineville DC in Oregon - July 2016 Special thanks to
  41. 41. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. I thought I knew something about modern Data Centers. Obviously I was wrong... After leaving...
  42. 42. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples: Facebook "SIX-PACK" 2015 1.28 Tbps on each dataplane module, 40Gbps+ on each port...
  43. 43. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples: Facebook "BACKPACK" 2016 3.20 Tbps on each dataplane module, 100Gbps+ on each port...
  44. 44. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples: Facebook "WEDGE" Wedge 40G - 2015 Wedge 100G - 2016 ToR (top of rack) or "Leaf" switches with 40 Gbps & 100 Gbps ports.
  45. 45. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples: Global Transponder DWDM 12x 100G QSFP28 04x 200G DWDM But aren't these lab rats?... Well, better think again: • Telia Company in Voyager tests with Facebook - https://goo.gl/YjfUKY • Equinix Begins Trials of Facebook’s White Box Transponders - https://goo.gl/1NHy8u • MTN tests Facebook’s Voyager platform - https://goo.gl/xJwwu3 Facebook "VOYAGER" 2016
  46. 46. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples: Facebook "Bryce Canyon" 2017 Up to 72x HDDs - 3.5" SAS/SATA 12/6 Gb in a 4OU (equivalent of 4 RU) powered by Intel Mono Lake CPU, sporting 50+ Gbit/s NIC in a 100% tooless design chassi. Can store up to 720 TERABYTES per node (as of 2017). JBOD storage
  47. 47. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. Some interesting examples: 3.2Tbps (32 by 100G) platform that can be used as a leaf or a spine switch. "Pigeon" 2016 4U server with 60x 3.5"SAS/SATA disks totaling 480TB of data storage that could cost less than a nickel (U$0.05) per gigabyte. "Storage Pod 6.0" 2016
  48. 48. Open Source for Hardware too The physical future of open source. Open Compute Project (OCP) is not alone.
  49. 49. An Open System for serious Clouds ©AlexHübner-CumulusNimbusoverMarandubaBeach-2016
  50. 50. OpenStack is now mature OpenStack is now "boring" and continues to grow steadily (44% CAGR YoY). n Numbers, numbers and numbers... lots of numbers! (next slides). n Continued focus on paving the way for telco transformation, 5G and IOT. n But at the same time maintains a strong (and growing) presence in the traditional IaaS/SDDC workloads; n OpenStack its no longer only about "the cloud", its all about SDI/SDx! § That's why OpenStack continues extremely complex and hard to do (install, configure, manage, maintain, upgrade and sometimes, understand)... :-) n Big vendors and players continue to jump in the bandwagon: § Huawei and Ericsson are now Platinum members - platinum membershiping is not a badging thing, is serious commitment! § Oracle is now advocating OpenStack as the main underlying platform for its products; § Google joined the project in 2015.
  51. 51. OpenStack is now mature OpenStack Market Size, Global, 2015-2020. Source: OpenStack Pulse Report 2016 – 451 Research.
  52. 52. OpenStack is now mature Which industries use OpenStack? Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation
  53. 53. OpenStack is now mature Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation Where in the world are the OpenStack users?
  54. 54. OpenStack is now mature Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation What size organizations use OpenStack? unknown 2%
  55. 55. OpenStack is now mature Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation Why organizations choose OpenStack?
  56. 56. OpenStack is now mature Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation Which emerging technologies interest OpenStack users?
  57. 57. OpenStack is now mature Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation What types of clouds are running OpenStack?
  58. 58. OpenStack is now mature Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation Which workloads and frameworks are running on OpenStack?
  59. 59. OpenStack is now mature Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017 (April Edition), OpenStack Foundation Which OpenStack-powered solutions (distros) are most used?
  60. 60. OpenStack is now mature Source: OpenStack User Survey 2017, OpenStack Foundation Traditional IaaS/SDDC workloads. Notable/relevant examples around the world: n SAP HANA n Walmart n PayPal n American Express n Time Warner n Mercado Libre n Comcast n Bloomberg n Rackspace n Deutsche Telekom (IT cloud) n China Telecom (IT cloud) n UOL n TIVIT n Locaweb n Equinix n OVH n Totvs n Internap n Wells Fargo n Bank of America n Itaú n Santander n Capital One n Embratel n Barclays n Volkswagen n BMW n Nike n (the list goes on...)
  61. 61. OpenStack is now mature Distro consolidation, a clear sign of maturity (not weakness as some might think) n Red Hat n Canonical (Ubuntu) n Mirantis (pivoting strategy) n Huawei n SUSE n VMWare (VIO) n HP Helium n Oracle n Platform9 n Cloudbase n ZTE n Others "Waking the future": "Walking the plank": Source: Hübner Research & Rumors Institute
  62. 62. An OpenStack love history... For serious Clouds (and peace of mind): And we also love: VIO
  63. 63. It's a Multi-Cloud World! M A N A G I N G C H A O S
  64. 64. Multi-Cloud Chaos n The multi-cloud world we now live in is a result of shadow IT and bimodal IT gone wild. n Multi-Cloud tools (CMPs) are on its infancy. Cloud targets are moving all the time. Hard to keep the pace. n No one was really expecting it. No one has predicted it the way it’s happening. n The proliferation of cloud environments is increasing very quickly, in some cases without the realization of the extent to which it was happening. That’s how we get IT chaos. n How do we manage the things that have been (and always will be) important? Things like risk management, compliance, governance and cost control. How do we bring order to something that is often, as of now, completely out of control in many organizations? Some hard truths about Multi-Cloud:
  65. 65. Multi-Cloud Chaos n Risk: Multiple cloud platforms means a broader attack surface with new vulnerabilities, requiring new tools to maintain effective security, governance and compliance in hybrid environments. n Complexity: IT has traditionally focused on managing dynamic resources in its own data center. Now it must keep a keen eye on any combination of cloud platforms with different processes and capabilities. n Speed: Complexity can slow down migration to the cloud, but in multi-cloud environments, slow translates to broken. Enterprise users want immediate availability and unlimited scalability from cloud-based services and will circumvent IT to source public clouds themselves if their needs are not met. n Cost: Businesses migrate to the cloud (public more significantly) with expectations of realizing significant cost savings, but they are often met with varying degrees of bill shock. Unrestrained service acquisition of public cloud solutions can result in costs spiraling out of control while underutilized or unused resources remain active. Multi-Cloud complexities (just scratching the surface):
  66. 66. Multi-Cloud Chaos, Managed Embrace Multi-Cloud Management!
  67. 67. Multi-Cloud Chaos, Managed n Proactively monitor cloud and infrastructure applications: Leverage orchestration, automation, machine learning and analytics to quickly and proactively detect and diagnose potential issues. n Dynamically optimize multi-cloud capacity: Align IT resources with business demand and identify infrastructure needs to improve application performance and reduce costs when migrating to the cloud. n Effectively manage the cost of multiple-cloud suppliers: Gain insights into both on-premise and public cloud costs to enable informed decisions between capital or operational expenses and reduce bill shock. n Accelerate access to multi-cloud resources: Enable policy-based access to multi-cloud resources via a consumer-like self-service catalog that improves governance and automates provisioning and management. Things to watch in a Multi-Cloud Strategy:
  68. 68. Multi-Cloud Chaos, Managed n Increase visibility of infrastructure in the cloud: Discover multi-cloud infrastructure and services you may not be aware of in order to understand the complexity and dependencies of applications; n Prioritize digital business automation: Reduce complexities around the move to the cloud to achieve the desired performance, scalability and cost savings. Automation can make this much less painful; n Increase regulatory compliance automation: Identify regulatory compliance issues and then prioritize, plan and accelerate automated remediation to simplify and reduce the cost of compliance. Things to watch in a Multi-Cloud Strategy (continued):
  69. 69. Brutal Automation is needed Source: http://www.lightreading.com/automation/dt-brutal-automation-is-only-way-to-succeed/d/d-id/737111 LightReading,10/10/2017 Automation is key. You can't avoid. Better start working now.
  70. 70. Containerization is now a reality Containers has a bright future. It’s no longer an adventure. Early adoption mode is on (and not just for Dev purposes). Real workloads are being pushed.
  71. 71. Serverless Computing, demystified Adrian Cockcroft VP Cloud Architecture Strategy at AWS Serverless computing is a cloud computing execution model in which the cloud provider dynamically manages the allocation of machine resources. Pricing is based on the actual amount of resources consumed by an application, rather than on pre-purchased units of capacity. It is a form of utility computing. A MORE FORMAL DEFINITION COULD BE: "
  72. 72. Serverless Computing, demystified Let's always remember:
  73. 73. Serverless Computing, demystified Let's always remember:
  74. 74. Muchas Gracias!

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