One of the hottest buzz words in programming today is "Serverless". But what does that mean? How can you host a PHP app without a server? Serverless can mean different things. I'm going to explain what it means to a PHP developer and why you might want to try it out. - Serverless means not having to maintain or manage a server - Serverless means not paying for computing power you don't use - Serveless means effortless scaling and speed - Serverless means easy fast deployments In this talk I'll show you some serverless options and example applications and the tremendous advantage deploying them to a serverless infrastructure can give you.

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William Ibarra at 13:35 on 7 Feb 2020

I liked the option of hosting sites without a server. A bit complex but a new way to think about deploying sites.

Miril Terolli at 19:25 on 9 Feb 2020

Well that was a great talk. It seems like serverless in the near future might be a standard, and this was a good talk to give me some hint.
As a Laravel enthusiastic, thank you for bringing up Vapor :) .