Spring, Functions, Serverless and You- slides by Michael Minella at SpringOne Tour Chicago
Announcing riff v0.1.2 on Knative
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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.
Introducing Knative — SpringOne Platform, 2018
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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.
Knative Enables Portable Serverless Platforms on Kubernetes, for Any Cloud
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
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.
Running Serverless Applications Using Spring and Microsoft Azure
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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
Knative as Inversion as Inversion of Native for Serverless Applications
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Mark Fisher, Pivotal at SpringOne Platform 2017
Mark Fisher presents at SpringOne Platform 2017.
riffing on Knative
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