Evaluation of Serverless Frameworks for Kubernetes (K8s)

Evaluation of Serverless Frameworks for Kubernetes (K8s)

In the early days of Pokemon Go, we were all amazed at how Niantic managed to scale its user-base at planetary scale, seamlessly adding additional nodes to its container cluster to accommodate additional players and environments, all made possible by using Kubernetes as a container orchestrator. Kubernetes is able to abstract away parts of processing and low-level dependencies from the programmer's eyes in scaling and managing a container infrastructure. This makes it a very efficient platform to develop and maintain application services that span multiple containers. Read More…

Hisham Hasan
Hisham Hasan
event April 26, 2018
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Containers vs. Serverless Computing

Serverless computing is a hot topic right now—perhaps even hotter than Docker containers. Is that because serverless computing is a replacement for containers? Or is it just another popular technology that can be used alongside containers? In this post, I take a look at what you need to know about serverless computing, and how it should figure into your IT strategy. Serverless Is Not Server-less But first, let’s clear up one point: As you may already know, serverless computing does not mean that there are no servers involved. Read More…

Michael Churchman
Michael Churchman
event October 9, 2017
timer Read Time: 8 minutes

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