Alibaba Cloud Achieved Large-Scale Implementation of Serverless in Core Business Scenarios

The Pain Points of Serverless Implementation

Challenge 1: Cold Start Takes a Long Time

Challenge 2: Separated From the R&D Process

Challenge 3: Middleware Connectivity

Challenge 4: Poor Observability

Challenge 5: Remote Debugging is Difficult

Serverless Testing During Double 11

Scenario 1: Multiple Frontend Scenarios

Scenario 2: Personalized Recommendations

Scenario 3: Middle and Backend Scenarios

How Does Alibaba Cloud Eliminate Serverless Pain Points?

Reserved Mode + Per-Volume Mode Eliminates Cold Starts

Core Business R&D Efficiency up to 38.89%

Middleware Connectivity

The Ultimate Development Experience

Serverless Leads to the Next Decade

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