The paper gives a quick history of cloud computing—including an accounting of the predictions in the 2009 paper—explains the motivation for serverless computing, describes applications that stretch the current limits of serverless, and then lists obstacles and research opportunities required for Serverless Computing to fulfill its full potential. The first four "wild" years of serverless computing, starting with simple Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) launches in 2014, are over, and we are in the fifth year now. A glossary at the end (section 8) defines many technical terms used in this report. We also include comments from the keynote and submitted papers. Peeking Behind the Curtains of Serverless Platforms Liang Wang 1, Mengyuan Li 2, Yinqian Zhang 2, Thomas Ristenpart3, Michael Swift1 1UW-Madison, 2Ohio State University, 3Cornell Tech Abstract Serverless computing is an emerging paradigm in which an … While tradional infrastructure or even IaaS deployment can run into days, serverless infrastructure can be deployed in a few minutes, and subsequent uses of the same can happen in milliseconds. Hence in a serverless world, one no longer has to work on an operating system level. Research Papers; Technologies; Insights; Information & Citation # Year Author Title Venue Technologies; Technology Open Source Link Languages .). Going Serverless: A Review Annie Ahuja Department of Computer Science,Guru Nanak Dev University Abstract— Computing power has gained momentum from the last few years with the incorporation of supercomputers. Moreover, the increased pace of using Internet and its services has paved the way for the emergence of computing technologies. Serverless computing means that there are no servers to manage services. The First IEEE SERVICES Workshop on Serverless Computing (SWoSC) Workshop Chairs Fanjing Meng, IBM Research, ... latest research results, practical experiences and lessons learned, and future directions. Deploy in no me Serverless compung enables speedy deployment of resources. All major cloud companies offer FaaS, corresponding Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS), and related "serverless" services such as frameworks for cloud function-based data processing at the edge or in constrained environments. Cloud programming simplified: a Berkeley view on serverless computing Jonas et al., arXiv 2019 With thanks to Eoin Brazil who first pointed this paper out to me via Twitter…. Ten years ago Berkeley released the ‘Berkeley view of cloud computing’ paper, predicting that cloud use would accelerate. Today’s paper choice is billed as its logical… This whitepaper summarizes issues raised during the First International Workshop on Serverless Computing (WoSC) 2017 held June 5th 2017 and especially in the panel and associated discussion that concluded the workshop. All accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings of IEEE SERVICES Congress 2019 which is published by the IEEE CPS. Serverless architecture aims at changing the economic model of cloud computing, with the hope of introducing efficiency and cost savings. Key Benefits of Serverless Computing further research this year.