"If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?"
If a server runs in the cloud and no one is around to use it, does it need to incur any costs?
What we can offer
Ideally, services should only run when they are needed. That saves infrastructure costs and reduces the exposure time for possible intruders. There is also no additional configuration to maintain as only your code and triggers need to be defined.
Native cloud services like AWS Lambda make it possible to design and operate such services. They are both high available and very cost efficient, as they only generate costs when they are being used.
We support you on your journey towards a serverless cloud setup. It is usually difficult and not reasonable to migrate existing monolith applications to a serverless architecture. However, when designing a new application or migrating microservices, it can make sense to talk about a serverless approach. We would like to hear your use case and discuss a modern, possible serverless architecture. Based on your requirements we can even take care of the entire development of your severless application using AWS native serverless cloud services as Lambda, API Gateway, DynamoDB, S3, etc.