What's new in IBM Cloud Functions Land?

Ronen Siman-Tov


Serverless computing or FaaS (Function as a Service) provides developers with a "server less" deployment and operational model relieving them from the need to worry about complex infrastructure and operational tasks. FaaS enables developers to focus on developing and executing code (actions) in response to events while paying only for actual consumed resources and not for idle resources. In this presentation we will present IBM Cloud Functions powered by OpenWhisk Apache project, deep dive into its architecture and core components, and discuss some practical design patterns and best practices for common business use cases scenarios.


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Ronen Siman-Tov is the CTO of IBM Alpha Zone Accelerator. One of the Elite accelerators globally. From July 2016 Ronen is also the IBM Israel Blockchain development advocate leader, focusing on finance, insurance, government and supply chain solutions. Ronen joined IBM on 2011 as a senior IT Architect, and was recognized as IBM ThoughtLeader IT Architect on December 2016. From 2014 to 2016 Ronen Managed the IBM Innovation Center in Israel and on July 2014 was part of the team that launched IBM Alpha Zone Accelerator. Prior to that, from 2009 until 2010, Ronen was the Technical Manager and Chief Architect of an exceptionally large scaled command & control project with the IDF at Ness TSG (Technologies and Systems Group). From 2006 until 2009, Ronen was the VP R&D and CTO of two startups in the fields of Commerce and Media & Entertainment

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