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Ok. If you had a blog made with next.js and mongodb, and you are too depressed and lazy to learn AWS lambda/serverless, where would you deploy?

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    why lambda/serverless in first place?
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    @JhonDoe I think saving money is the concern there, but I am not really sure how much you'd save compared to a normal ec2.
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    @phat-lasagna isn’t a 1 gb instance like 5 bucks? Can’t get much cheaper than that.
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    Vercel maybe
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    Mongodb atlas for the db and netlify with the server side rendering build plugin or vercel like @theabbie said
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    @eptsousa and the free tier is an option too
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    @JhonDoe right, on uni I had like 5 different accounts lol
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    @eptsousa hahaha that's the spirit!
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    @eptsousa Maybe some day I'll dive into it bc that does sound nice, but idk AWS in general makes me feel like killing myself for some reason.
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    @phat-lasagna the feeling never leaves, but if you compare it to gcp, azure or heroku looks like heaven, especially after the redesign of the ui.
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    @eptsousa I was about to say that. The ui revamp was soo good, before that I could feel lost even with some experience I got with the platform. For Google cloud... I didn't like it, I felt like the advanced settings for many things were hidden deep in the dark, like trying to oversimplify everything. And for azure, nope interested in even trying
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    @JhonDoe the only people who use azure is microsoft(not even exclusively) and people with vendor lock-in, as you said gcp is still an enigma to me on how it works, if aws could solve the 10 services doing the same stuff with minor differences it would be even greater tho.
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    you can try netlify for front-end
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    I always use vercel + mongodb atlas. I love free things
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