openfaas

Bringing Serverless to a webpage near you with Hugo & Kubernetes

Today I’m going to show how you can get a Netlify-like experience for deploying your static sites with two great tools: Hugo and OpenFaaS. In a future blog post we will be discussing about the JAMstack and how you can integrate existing tools with OpenFaaS. Pre-req Kubernetes You need to have a Kubernetes cluster up & running. I recommend DigitalOcean, it’s cost-efficient and very easy to set-up.
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Writing a face detection function for OpenFaaS

There is a new term in town that has been making its way to all of us for a couple of years now: Serverless. When I first heard this I was kind of confused as to what it meant. Everybody seemed to have an opinion about it but there were no real answers. The following definition from serverless-stack helped me clarify a bit: Serverless computing (or serverless for short), is an execution model where the cloud provider is responsible for executing a piece of code by dynamically allocating the resources.
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