Serverlessconf for Node.js Serverless Framework 2016 is Here
The Node.js Serverless Framework was introduced this year by its CTO Florian Motlik during his discussion on ‘Getting the Most out of the Serverless Framework’, where he emphasized attracting contributions to the project and the quality of their documentation as the Framework itself is written in Node.js, it also supports Python, Java and Scala for writing functions. Having initially targeted AWS Lambda, the framework now also offers support for Azure Functions and Google CloudFunctions. ‘Hello World’ type demos that blend code and infrastructure configuration show similarities with compositing tools like Docker Compose, however an extensive library of services and plugins make the framework far more extensive in its breadth and depth. Continue reading this story here.