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Hosting a software application on the internet typically requires provisioning and managing a virtual or physical server and managing an operating system and web server hosting processes. With FaaS, the physical hardware, virtual machine operating system, and web server software management are all handled automatically by your cloud service provider. This allows you to focus solely on individual functions in your application code.

The fast-evolving serverless architecture paradigm has been successfully adopted by various use case domains since its inception because of its easy deployment and management effort, for example. In this session we will look at a few use cases that apply serverless architecture to the event-driven integration pattern between cloud-native application and legacy systems of record, which presents an interesting opportunity for cost optimization, efficiency, and faster time to market.

We will:

  1. Understand the basics of serverless, including Function as a service (FaaS) and the relationship between OpenWhisk and Knative
  2. Talk about Use Cases
  3. Demo: Create, build, and run a cloud-native serverless application using IBM Cloud Functions
  4. Set up an action with IBM Cloud Functions, trigger that action with a webhook, and invoke GitHub APIs

Featured Speaker

Debjani Chatterjee

Debjani Chatterjee
Developer Advocate

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