Soam Vasani of Fission.io explains how Fission provides serverless computing based on Kubernetes, and where their platform makes use of NATS in this talk, demo, and QnA.
Fission is a framework for serverless functions or Functions as a Service (FaaS) for Kubernetes. It allows users to run FaaS on any infrastructure.
Amrish Kapoor, VP of Engineering at Platform9, reviews their approach to the serverless computing paradigm, called Fission. Their implementation was created during a company hackathon, and serves as an alternative to AWS Lambda, and is completely open source. Cody Hill, Lead Systems Engineer, then leads a demonstration.
Soam Vasani, software engineer at Platform9, demonstrates the fission.io function as a service platform running on top of Kubernetes.
This week Joe will be digging into the Fission serverless framework. This is a continuation from last week when he looked at kubeless. We’ll be starting from scratch and see how far we can get. We will also compare and contrast approaches.
Brendan Burns from Azure Container Service demonstrates the fission.io function as a service platform running on top of Kubernetes in Azure.
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Fission Workflows Brings Serverless Technology to App Development
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Platform9 Brings Workflows to Serverless Computing
Fission – Serverless Functions and Workflows with Kubernetes and NATS
Serverless Functions as a Service for Kubernetes
Fission Workflows: Using Serverless For Processing Kubernetes Metrics