In this blog post you will learn how you can turn your website into a serverless website.
There are several reason why your should convert your website into a serverless website. On one hand, it makes you less vulnerable for attacks. An attacker has less resources and opportunities to focus on. Secondly, it drastically cuts computing power and energy. Another reason is that it forces you to think about data and data storage. Because of that, Data Blogger is now fully GDPR compliant.
When Not Serverless?
If your website is highly interactive and stores a lot of user data, you might consider to keep your server and to transform all actions and events into micro services.
How to go serverless?
Publish New Posts
The major downside is that I have to collect all HTML, JS and CSS files when I publish a new post. However, the website speed and security are improved and that was the main goal.
A serverless setup assures speed and security improvements for your website.