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  1. Preface
  2. Runtime environments
  3. Hosted Agent
  4. Secure Agent groups
  5. Secure Agents
  6. Secure Agent installation
  7. Serverless runtime environment setup
  8. Serverless runtime environments

Runtime Environments

Runtime Environments

Serverless runtime environments

Serverless runtime environments

A serverless runtime environment is an advanced serverless deployment solution that uses an isolated, single-tenant model, unlike the multi-tenant model on the Hosted Agent.
The single-tenant model provides a dedicated server with virtual machine resources to run tasks for your organization. The serverless runtime environment auto-scales with the size of the workload while your data remains in your cloud environment.
A serverless runtime environment is hosted in Informatica's Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) on the AWS cloud platform. The serverless runtime environment creates a cross-account elastic network interface (ENI) to connect to your cloud environment.
A serverless runtime environment supports local regions in each geo-location. For example, an AWS cloud platform in the United States (US) supports all US regions and an AWS cloud platform in Asia-Pacific (APAC) supports all APAC regions.
Users who require access to the Serverless Environments configuration page require the PRIVILEGES.VIEW_AGENT_GROUP permission.

Running mappings in advanced mode

When you use a serverless runtime environment to run mappings in advanced mode, the advanced serverless deployment fulfills the prerequisites to create an
advanced cluster
and to run jobs on the cluster.
The serverless runtime environment manages the
advanced cluster
while the cluster adapts to workload changes by provisioning and de-provisioning resources. Worker nodes in the
advanced cluster
are highly available. High availability mitigates job failures and maintains job performance when a worker node crashes.

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