Triggering Serverless Functions with Event Sources

Serverless Functions are well suited for Event driven applications and the event sources trigger the invocation of the functions. Events are treated as first class citizens and Functions as a Service (FaaS) providers like AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, Catalyst and Google Functions provide support for various services to act as the event source that triggers…

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Debunking The Serverless Myth

One of the biggest misconceptions about Serverless is that it cannot support stateful applications. We have already pointed out that the new breed of Functions as a Service (FaaS) offerings support stateful applications. In this post, we will go a bit deeper on the topic and break the myth that Serverless is fit only for…

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Serverless Suitable For Machine Learning and AI Workloads?

Machine learning (ML) is getting very popular across organizations of all sizes and shapes, driven by the desire to gain insights from the data they collect from their customers and across the organization. Whether you are a large organization collecting data using sensors and other IoT devices or a small business storing customer and employee…

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Top DevOps Considerations For Serverless

The role of DevOps in Serverless deployments is critical to realizing the value of these technologies. As developers use Serverless technologies, they need to go beyond the usual developer considerations to DevOps considerations which play a critical role in not just the agility but also in user experience. In this post, we will highlight some…

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Top Considerations For Serverless Developers

As more and more developers embrace Serverless technologies, there are confusions about picking the right platform for their needs. Every since AWS Lambda became a success among developers, there are many other services that are made available in the market including Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions, Zoho Catalyst, Nimbella Platform, etc.. Each service offers different…

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