Top 5 serverless-function Open-Source Projects
OpenFaaS - Serverless Functions Made SimpleProject mention: Why we moved from Lambda to ECS | reddit.com/r/devops | 2021-04-20
OpenFaaS isn't something I was previous familiar with. Thanks for linking it! In your experience, does it come with much management overhead? Part of what makes Lambda/ECS so appealing is that you can throw a definition (code .zip file or container image) at AWS, and it just runs. With OpenFaaS, it looks like you need to maintain some additional infrastructure (a Kubernetes cluster) to get it working, and that'd give you one more thing to worry about.
Fast and Simple Serverless Functions for KubernetesProject mention: Linux Server for Students to use for Python Coding | reddit.com/r/k12sysadmin | 2021-01-22
Letting students execute arbitrary python code basically means you need disposable environments, since python can theoretically do fun stuff like delete the root partition. If they are just needing a place to execute, and not to code, I would look at something like https://github.com/fission/fission to give them an experience similar to AWS Lambda. If they need a more fully structured OS, then I would look into containerization via Docker or similar.
Scout APM - Leading-edge performance monitoring starting at $39/month. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
Apache OpenWhisk is an open source serverless cloud platformProject mention: Nimbella in a nutshell | dev.to | 2021-04-06
The distinctive feature of Nimbella is that is based on open-source software, Apache OpenWhisk and it is portable among different cloud providers, so you can also install it in your private cloud on-premises.
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A wrangler template for a super lightweight router (3.6 kB) with middleware support and ZERO dependencies for CloudFlare Workers, inspired by express.js syntax.Project mention: Since I wasn't able to find a workers router for my needs I created my own and wanted to share it with you guys :) | reddit.com/r/CloudFlare | 2021-02-03