Exploring the Pros and Cons of Serverless Computing with IBM OpenWhisk

October 3rd, 2016 · 17 mins 18 secs

About this Episode

Serverless computing enables developers to get started with a project without having to worry about the minute details of system management as compared to working with a VM. For those seeking the scalability and cost savings that going serverless provides, projects such as IBM OpenWhisk offer both mobile developers and those breaking their legacy applications down into microservices an alternative which stands in stark contrast to the traditional offerings available today.

The New Stack hosted a day of podcasting at this year's Cloud Foundry Summit in Frankfurt to hear from some of today's most influential community voices surrounding how Cloud Foundry, application development platforms, and open source oriented technologies are being put to use in Europe.