Posts Tagged ‘faas’
IronWorker CaaS Worker: Azure Function Setup
In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up Azure Function for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Create Function App Create the Function Function Code Limits Costs Notes Security Pros & Cons In Azure Function, we need first to create a Function app which is the logical management and execution container for…Read More
What Is FaaS?
Overview Technological trends over the last decade have made it possible for organizations to rely on “as a service” models. Instead of purchasing software, companies can pay service providers for access to the specific tools and services that they need. FaaS, which stands for “function as a service,” provides a robust, cloud-based approach to helping…Read More
Another as a Service? What is The Difference Between IaaS, CaaS, PaaS, and FaaS?
One of the biggest trends in enterprise IT over the past decade is the explosion of the “as a service” business model, also known by the acronym XaaS. In the XaaS model, businesses provision services and applications over the Internet, rather than installing them on local machines. According to a 2018 survey by Deloitte, 71 percent…Read More
Guy Podjarny published a great blog post discussing the Serverless space from a security perspective. I highly recommend reading it as it touches on some great points, going over both the security benefits and possible risks. Two points he made definitely stood out to me, and the first was the concept of a greater attack…Read More
Announcing Project Picasso – OpenStack Functions as a Service
We are pleased to announce a new project to enable Functions as a Service (FaaS) on OpenStack — Picasso. The mission is to provide an API for running FaaS on OpenStack, abstracting away the infrastructure layer while enabling simplicity, efficiency, and scalability for both developers and operators. Picasso can be used to trigger functions from OpenStack services,…Read More
Announcing IronFunctions Open Source
Today we’re excited to announce IronFunctions, our first major open source project. IronFunctions is a serverless microservices platform that you can run anywhere; on public, private, and hybrid clouds, even on your own laptop. The world is moving towards hybrid/multi-cloud, so should your serverless platform. It runs on top of the popular orchestration frameworks (Kubernetes, Mesosphere), inside…Read More