Elasticsearch: The Definitive Guide: A distributed real-time search and analytics engine eBook

Elasticsearch: The Definitive Guide: A distributed real-time search and analytics engine eBook

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Serverless computing greatly simplifies software development. Your team can focus solely on your application while the cloud provider manages the servers you need. This practical guide shows you step-by-step how to build and deploy complex applications in a flexible multicloud, multilanguage environment using Apache OpenWhisk. You’ll learn how this platform enables you to pursue a vendor-independent approach using preconfigured containers, microservices, and Kubernetes as your cloud operating system.

Michele Sciabarrà demonstrates how to build a serverless application using classical design patterns and the programming language or languages that best fit your task. You’ll start by building a simple serverless application hands-on before diving into the more complex aspects of the OpenWhisk platform.

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• Manipulate OpenWhisk features using the command-line interface or a JavaScript API
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