Serverless Kotlin on OpenFaaS With this article, my goal is to demonstrate how Serverless Kotlin can look like by introducing you to one of the coolest Serverless platforms: OpenFaaS. OpenFaaS is an open-source, community-owned project that you may use to run your functions and microservices on any public or private cloud. You can run your Docker image on OpenFaaS, which runs and scales it for you. As a result, you are free to choose any programming language as long as it can be packaged into a Docker image. Throughout this post, we want to learn about the concepts behind Serverless and Function as a Service (FaaS), and how we can deploy Serverless Kotlin functions to OpenFaaS. Serverless and Function as a Service Serverless Computing With Serverless Computing, we describe a…
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