Function as a Service (FaaS) is a type of PaaS that provides a platform for executing code in the cloud. Function as a service allows developers to build, test and deploy code in response to an event, such as a change in a database, a file upload, or an HTTP request. Examples of FaaS include AWS Lambda, Microsoft Azure Functions, and Google Cloud Functions.

Benefits of Using FaaS for Serverless Computing

FaaS (Functions as a Service) is a new paradigm in cloud computing that enables developers to focus on writing and deploying individual functions instead of managing infrastructure. FaaS solutions provide a scalable, highly available, and event-driven platform for running serverless applications, which are made up of small, independent functions that run in response to events. …