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Introducing DigitalOcean Functions

DigitalOcean Functions is a serverless computing solution that runs on-demand, enabling you to focus on your code, scale instantly with confidence, and save costs by eliminating the need to maintain servers.

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Run functions on-demand and scale automatically

Focus on building great applications
Develop and launch modern apps quickly without provisioning or managing servers. Build or extend your apps easily without learning new frameworks or languages.
Pay only when your resources are active
Invoke functions (snippets of code) in response to web events. You’ll only be charged when your resources are active, saving you money.
Scale automatically based on demand
Scale up or down instantly and automatically based on demand without the need for pre-provisioned resources.

Plus get access to these services—for free

99.99% uptime SLA
Cloud firewalls
Monitoring & alerting
Global data centers
40GbE hypervisor connections
Enterprise SSDs
Easy-to-use API

Get better results with community support

3,000 tutorials
Our cloud-agnostic open source guides help millions of developers learn and build new software every day.
Active community
Have a question about a particular technology you’re using? Join the discussion on our active Q&A forum.
World-class service
Free round-the-clock technical support for all customers regardless of how much you spend with us.

Why thousands of developers choose DigitalOcean

I can’t [help] but love @digitalocean. They are bringing all the required tools for managing an app stack. Not overly complicated like AWS and G Cloud, and good pricing as well :-)
Tareq Hasan
Tareq Hasan
I've worked with every conceivable service provider (Rackspace, AWS, Azure, etc), and Digital Ocean's amazing documentation, great UI/UX, and reasonable and understandable pricing scheme are unsurpassed. What's not to love?
Jason Gilmore
Jason Gilmore
Simplicity is key but also performance/price. DO excels at both compared to AWS
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