At the core of OpenFaaS is a community which is trying to Make Serverless Functions Simple for Docker and Kubernetes. In this blog post I want to show you the new Java template released today which brings Serverless functions to Java developers.
In this post I want to show you how to create your own IoT sensor with the NodeMCU and the Lua programming language. The device called the NodeMCU makes it easy to start reading sensor data, sending it back to another location for processing or aggregation, such as the cloud. We'll also compare the NodeMCU to the Raspberry Pi and talk about the pros/cons of each for an IoT sensor.
In this post I'll round-up the highlights of the OpenFaaS community meeting from 25th May.
The all-hands community meetings are a great way to remain connected to the project and community where we have a chance to share our finest work and importantly get face-to-face time with each other. One of the things I like the most is hearing about the various backgrounds people have with our community covering both the users, developers and operators of OpenFaaS.
Today I want to share a new project with you called OpenFaaS Cloud.