Unless you’ve spent the last few months in outer space, or at the very least out of reach from the Internet, you’ve seen that serverless is one of the hottest topics when it comes to building apps. Over the last few months we’ve seen AWS announcing a ton of things at their annual user conference, Google announced support for Go in private beta and serverless containers in private alpha and even Gitlab announced some form of serverless support. With so many massive players it’s easy to forget smaller ones, but those smaller ones are quite often pretty interesting.
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.
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
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
Building multi-platform event-driven microservices and functions shouldn’t drive you mad, and if so, there should be a method to your madness! In this short webinar hosted by DZone, learn to build event-driven microservices and functions using Project Flogo.
“Serverless” allows developers to focus on writing their code, and a cloud provider, like AWS, takes care of all the other bits. Building serverless apps means the developer doesn’t have to worry about server management, scaling, or high availability, a convenience that usually comes with the added benefit of lower operational cost. We’ll be showing how to use the Project Flogo lightweight integration engine and open source framework to deploy functions to AWS Lambda using SAM.
Let’s talk (to) bots! In this case I’m not talking about the awesome autobots, that save the world from Megatron, but Slack bots that help people collaborate and introduce a little fun! Several weeks ago Slack published an article about building the modern collaboration hub and how that hub makes sure that people can interact with each other and their data.
Serverless offers huge potential to transform the way businesses build and architect cloud applications. No need to provision infrastructure or deal with maintenance, updates, scaling, or capacity planning - simply upload your apps to Amazon Web Services…
As the AI-fueled, edge-exposed, blockchain-driven, and streaming analytics-enabled use cases of the future move closer into view, new technologies are needed to make the vision real. Unique and complex workloads accompany the use cases of the future, but luckily, the enabling technologies to compute those workloads have already arrived.