State of OpenWhisk

OpenWhisk is the first Serverless platform that gained community traction when IBM pushed the platform to Apache Foundation. Licensed under the Apache license, the platform allows developers to deploy event driven applications on any infrastructure. This implies there is an operational overhead in running the platform compared to platforms like AWS Lambda, Catalyst, Google Functions,…

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Serverless Landscape – An Overview

As Serverless Computing services gain traction among developers, we are seeing an ecosystem developing around the core platforms. In this blog post, we will map out the Serverless landscape talking about various tools to support Developers, DevOps, Security, etc.. This list is not exhaustive by any means. This is produced based on the startups and…

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Serverless – SMBs to Enterprises

Serverless cloud computing handles virtually all the systems operations needed to make it easier for developers to use the cloud for their application needs. It provides an interface that greatly simplifies cloud programming, and represents an evolution that parallels the transition from assembly language to high-level programming languages. During the past few years, serverless computing…

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