Going serverless is quickly growing in the cloud computing market. With major service offerings from Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, this technology is here to stay. In this article, Nathan Taggart of Stackery.io explains why serverless is the best choice.
JavaOne began yesterday, October 1. If you’re not there, you’ll probably want to watch the Java keynote today at 2 p.m. PT. We still have some hours left so let’s see what this year’s JavaOne is all about. We talked with Oracle’s Mike Lehmann and Donald Smith about what to expect from the conference and we got a sneak peek into the future of Java. In short, “it’s all about developer empowerment and simplification.”
Looking for a serverless option for Kubernetes? Introducing Kubeless. This new Kubernetes-native serverless framework provides auto-scaling, API routing, and more without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure.
Dubbed “the missing piece of serverless architectures,” Event Gateway allows developers “react to data flows of all their applications in a centralized way, with serverless compute — it is an open-source communication fabric for serverless architecture.” Read on to find out more about it.
Spring Boot is going serverless with the new Spring Cloud Function. This new functional-based programming project is designed for serverless providers.
Serverless has grown considerably in the past few years. But what does serverless mean, exactly? In this article, Savaram Ravindra explains the basics of serverless and how this trend has changed computing forever.
The team at Serverless has just released Scope, which promises to offer you a customizable bird’s eye view of your Github project. This open source status board driven by Serverless technology can be deployed as a stand-alone application or can be embedded directly into your project’s site.
It’s official! Developers can now use the OpenWhisk Provider plugin to build applications for the OpenWhisk cloud platform using the Serverless Framework.
Fission is a new framework for serverless functions on Kubernetes. It focuses on high performance and developer productivity by allowing developers focus on the task and hand, not on infrastructure. Fission is still in early alpha, so you should not use it in production just yet.
In this article, we shortly summarize the common characteristics of Microservices, talk about the main challenges of building Microservices, and describe how product teams can leverage AWS to overcome those challenges.