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The Art Of Serverless Integration With Project Flogo and AWS Lambda - Video

The Art Of Serverless Integration With Project Flogo and AWS Lambda - Video

No matter the metric, “serverless” is definitely gaining interest. It’s the dream of every developer, supplying the ability to deploy services in the cloud in no time, automatically scale them, enjoy automatic management by a cloud provider—and, most important, keep it all cost effective! How does this dream become a reality? At TIBCO NOW we recorded this session which covers what serverless is all about and the benefits of running your apps in a serverless environment.
Flogo: Event Driven Ecosystem On SE Daily

Flogo: Event Driven Ecosystem On SE Daily

A smart security camera takes in a high volume of video images and processes those images using a set of machine learning models. Those models can be used to identify interesting snippets of movement throughout the day, and decide which of those snippets to keep. Some of the video snippets might contain movement of birds–but other video snippets might contain footage of intruders.
TIBCO NOW 2018: Project Flogo Serverless Integration Powered by Flogo and Lambda

TIBCO NOW 2018: Project Flogo Serverless Integration Powered by Flogo and Lambda

No matter the metric, serverless is definitely gaining interest. It’s the dream of every developer, supplying the ability to deploy services in the cloud in no time, automatically scale them, enjoy automagic management by a cloud provider—and, most important, keep it all cost effective! How does this dream become a reality? This presentation covered what serverless is all about and the benefits of running your apps in the serverless environment. It covers the monoliths-microservices-functions progression and when, where, and why to use serverless architecture and how Project Flogo fits in to the overall picture
Developers, Developers, Developers: Innovating at the Edge

Developers, Developers, Developers: Innovating at the Edge

Innovation at the edge is driven by a whole host of people and personalities, but who makes sure those innovations get into production? Developers! Join Leon Stigter, developer advocate at TIBCO, as he demonstrates tools and technologies to help developers build better software, faster. This TIBCO Tech Talk covers: -The latest in updates for Project Flogo, an open-source and ultra-lightweight edge computing platform -A brief demo of Flogo and API Scout -How to jumpstart your developer journey
The Art Of Open Source Event-Driven Stacks for the Enterprise

The Art Of Open Source Event-Driven Stacks for the Enterprise

In today’s world everyone is building apps, most times those apps are event-driven and react to what happens around them. How do you take those apps to, let’s say, a Kubernetes cluster, or let them communicate between cloud and on-premises, and how can developers and non-developers work together using the same tools? Let’s break down the title a bit…

Using JFrog Artifactory for repeatable Flogo builds

Using JFrog Artifactory for repeatable Flogo builds

Developers want to build better software faster, I don’t think any developer would disagree on that and with the release of Go 1.11 a long-awaited (and debated) feature became available, Go modules! With that amazing addition to the Go language, you can now really have repeatable builds because all the information is put in a single go.mod file and during the build the Go compiler will get all the right versions for you.

The Art Of Using Go in Flogo

The Art Of Using Go in Flogo

Not too long ago Flogo introduced a new Go API that allows you to build event-driven apps by simply embedding the Flogo engine in your existing Go code. Now you can use the event-driven engine of Flogo to build Go apps while using the activities and triggers that already exist and combining that with “regular” Go code.
Serverless and Flogo: A Perfect Match - Part 2

Serverless and Flogo: A Perfect Match - Part 2

I can hear you think “Part 2?! So there actually is a part 1?” 😱 The answer to that is, yes, there most definitely is a part 1 (but you can safely ignore that 😅). In that part I went over deploying Flogo apps that you built with the Flogo Web UI using the Serverless Framework. Now, with the Go API that we added to Flogo, you can mix triggers and activities from Flogo (and the awesome community) with your regular Go code and… deploy using the Serverless Framework