In recent years, a plethora of deployment technologies evolved, many of which were following a declarative approach to automate the delivery of software components. Even if such technologies share the same purpose, they differ in features and supported mechanisms.
Emerging serverless computing technologies, such as function as a service (FaaS), enable developers to virtualize the internal logic of an application, simplifying the management of cloud-native services and allowing cost savings through billing and scaling at the level of individual functions.
Serverless computing is considered to be a “disruptive innovation” that has changed significantly software development and ICT operations.
From September 19th to the 20th, the RADON project will attend the Digital Excellence Forum at ICT Proposers’ Day 2019 in Helsinki.
In order to understand the technical and research vision for the RADON framework, in Deliverable D2.1 ‘Initial requirements and baselines’, we presented the primary usage scenario for the toolchain.
In our latest published Deliverable D2.1 ‘Initial requirements and baselines’, we presented the guiding concepts behind the RADON framework, the key methods and tools that will be made available to the RADON end users, through a toy example case of a “thumbnail generation” serverless application.
We are very proud to announce that our Project Coordinator Dr. Giuliano Casale from Imperial College London (IMP), won the…
Giuliano Casale from the IMP presented the RADON framework and its envisioned research agenda in the 13th SummerSoc held in Crete, Greece.
Let us introduce a new project, which aims to unlock the benefits of serverless Function-as-a-Service technologies for the European Software Industry.