- AWS provides a bunch of "Managed Services" where you don't need to think about servers
- S3 and Dynamo are examples of this kind of thing
- These services are very simple but you don't get a ton of control
- You don't need to make updates, handle operating system config, etc
- You get charged for API usage -- not uptime
- Services where you don't need to think about servers and that charge by usage are called "serverless"
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