Here in Syndicode, we know a lot about TypeScript. And this is the moment when we want you to meet Functional TypeScript for serverless functions that are great in work.
Here in Syndicode, we are fans of new tools! Especially if these tools are related to cloud computing. Crossplane is an open source multicloud control plane that introduces workload and resource abstractions on-top of existing managed services that enables a high degree of workload portability across cloud providers. Aren’t you excited?
Last time we introduced Corral to you. And as Syndicode loves new tools, especially if they relate to the topic of serverless, this time we are presenting you Nuclio! Nuclio is a real-time serverless event and data processing platform!
Welcome to 2019! The new year has just started but promises to be as awesome as can be. Particularly because we have some great new open source Rails repositories aimed to make your life better and happier. In this monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from the 9th of January 2019 we’ll explore… embedded Ruby ‘exception reporting service’, Rails app configuration manager, Ruby Serverless Framework, a tool for coordinating the execution of security scanners and many other neat Rails GitHub open source projects!
Can you imagine spanning your application over thousands of servers looks like a single unit? It’s quite simple with Kubernetes. Let’s learn to deploy, manage and scale applications in Kubernetes!
While some argue about what is better in the cloud, AWS or GCP, Google Cloud made some progress and created Cloud Build. You can use Google Cloud Build for continuous build, test and deploy.
We still might think what is better in the cloud AWS or GCP… But after much community demand, AWS Lambda serverless platform now supports Ruby as a first-class language, opening up an interesting new way to deploy Ruby code. Can you hear this awesome news? AWS Lambda now supports Ruby!
Today we’d like to tell you about Corral! This is a serverless MapReduce framework. In a nutshell, Corral is a framework for writing arbitrary MapReduce applications that can be executed in AWS Lambda. It was the result of using Lambda as an execution environment (like Hadoop MapReduce uses YARN).
Recently we made a post with Google Cloud and AWS comparison. But we promised to include there Microsoft Azure. While we’re still working on that you might enjoy the example of creating a serverless API using Microsoft Azure. What if you want or need to make your own API? Serverless can help create a nice one for data you’d like to expose for use. Here we’ll be able to create an API in a few button clicks, with minor modifications.