Serverless Computing

Exploring where functions add real value for enterprises.

  • Spring, Functions, Serverless and You1:01:42

    Spring, Functions, Serverless and You

    Today our world is full of things that are as a service - infrastructure, containers, platforms, software and of course, functions. With developers just now wrapping their heads around application pla

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  • Knative and riff for Spring Developers34:26

    Knative and riff for Spring Developers

    From Java function source to running pod in 5 minutes ... Simplifying the work for the developer building serverless apps and functions is one of the primary goals for both the riff project and the K

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  • Building Responsive Systems with Serverless, Event-driven Java26:55

    Building Responsive Systems with Serverless, Event-driven Java

    Speed. It matters in software. Not going fast just for the sake of it. No, it's about learning quickly and delivering insight and capabilities that move you forward. How does event processing make thi

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  • Announcing riff v0.1.3

    Announcing riff v0.1.3

    With a riff buildpack for java, credential helpers, content-type shortcuts, and subscription commands

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  • Knative: Powerful Building Blocks For a Portable Function Platform

    Knative: Powerful Building Blocks For a Portable Function Platform

    To transform how the world builds software, we want you to have all the compute abstractions necessary. To make serverless workloads and PFS amazing, we’ve partner with Google on Knative.

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  • Introducing Knative (S1P2018)47:49

    Introducing Knative (S1P2018)

    Knative extends Kubernetes via Custom Resource Definitions to provide support for higher level developer concerns such as autoscaling and routing across revisions of an application. In addition to tho

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  • Why Serverless Matters to Your Enterprise: A Look at Common Use Cases, Plus a Quick Tutorial with riff and Kubernetes.

    Why Serverless Matters to Your Enterprise: A Look at Common Use Cases, Plus a Quick Tutorial with riff and Kubernetes.

    Most of what you’ve read about serverless computing so far revolves around the public cloud. As it turns out, functions are a great fit for on-premises workloads as well. We explain in this post.

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  • Knative Enables Portable Serverless Platforms on Kubernetes, for Any Cloud

    Knative Enables Portable Serverless Platforms on Kubernetes, for Any Cloud

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  • Introduction to Knative2:34

    Introduction to Knative

    Knative provides a powerful platform for developers to build, deploy and manage modern serverless workloads. Take a look at the basic building blocks that make up Knative. https://pivotal.io/knative

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  • FaaS.local - The Benefits of On-Premises FaaS

    FaaS.local - The Benefits of On-Premises FaaS

    Dan Baskette debunks the myth that functions are only valuable running in the public cloud. FaaS within enterprise data centers offers a number of benefits you might not realize.

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  • Running Serverless Applications Using Spring and Microsoft Azure29:12

    Running Serverless Applications Using Spring and Microsoft Azure

    Spring Cloud Function is a framework that provides a uniform programming model for writing functions as Spring Boot applications and deploys them across various serverless platforms. It decouples the

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  • Dave Syer, Pivotal—Choosing Software Abstractions, SpringOne Platform 201815:40

    Dave Syer, Pivotal—Choosing Software Abstractions, SpringOne Platform 2018

    Watch Dave Syer, Senior Consulting Engineer at Pivotal, present at SpringOne Platform 2018, filmed in Washington, D.C about cloud abstractions, and using the right mix of Functions, Apps, Data and Con

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  • Knative as Inversion as Inversion of Native for Serverless Applications

    Knative as Inversion as Inversion of Native for Serverless Applications

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  • Introducing Spring Cloud Function

    Introducing Spring Cloud Function

    Spring Cloud Function is a new project with the following high-level goals: Promote the implementation of business logic via functions. Decouple the development lifecycle of business logic from...

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  • Anatomy of a Riff Function

    Anatomy of a Riff Function

    If you’ve recently started getting familiar with Riff, you’ve probably also begun looking into what goes into creating a Riff function. Taking a look at some of the available examples (say, a...

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  • Mark Fisher, Pivotal at SpringOne Platform 201720:29

    Mark Fisher, Pivotal at SpringOne Platform 2017

    Mark Fisher presents at SpringOne Platform 2017.

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  • riffing on Knative34:12

    riffing on Knative

    riff is an open source, event-driven, function as a service platform that we introduced at last year’s SpringOne Platform. We since partnered with Google and other industry leaders on the Knative proj

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  • Bringing Observability to Serverless with IOpipe (Ep. 79)

    Bringing Observability to Serverless with IOpipe (Ep. 79)

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  • Announcing Spring Cloud Function - 2.0.0.M2

    Announcing Spring Cloud Function - 2.0.0.M2

    We are pleased to announce the second Milestone of the Spring Cloud Function - 2.0.0.M2. Individual modules of Spring Cloud Function 2.0.0.M2 are available for use in the Spring Milestone...

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  • Announcing riff v0.1.2 on Knative

    Announcing riff v0.1.2 on Knative

    With install manifests, verbose builds, and function chaining using channels and subscriptions

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