THIL is a hosted intelligence layer that hosts scripts "offline" until they are scheduled to be used. When the scripts are called, THIL runs them and puts them away again. Rather than paying to keep a dedicated server running at all times, users can just pay for the milliseconds during which their scripts are actually running. THIL is available at all times and can be accessed programmatically via REST API.
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