Out of curiosity, is there any reason that fuel-core can’t be run on serverless? AWS Lambda for example. Does the emphasis on statelessness in the FuelVM’s design make this possible?
Fuel-core is not serverless by design, it still needs stateful access to a db etc
Running fuel on AWS lambda could reuse the VM but the client would need to be chopped up into separate little pieces since it’s designed to be a long-lived process at the moment.
Thanks for the reply Sarah :))