IBM Cloud Functions now allows you to create triggers based on Cloud Object Storage bucket changes. With the new package, you can create triggers and rules to fire actions when bucket objects are created, modified, or deleted.
We're happy to announce that IBM Cloud Functions Python 3.7 runtime has been optimized for latency. The updated Python 3.7 runtime leverages a new web proxy built with Go that replaces the previous Python web proxy.
In preparation for the upcoming Think 2019 conference (February 12–15 in San Francisco, CA), here are some important IBM Cloud Functions highlights and accomplishments from the last few months.
We're excited to announce that IBM Cloud Functions officially supports .NET Core 2.2 natively. Now, you can join the serverless revolution and start building cloud-native apps without worrying about scaling or infrastructure management by using Functions as a Service.
Enterprises seek to minimize downtime and create resilient architectures to achieve maximum availability. In order to help achieve those goals, we added a new tutorial to our collection of solution tutorials that highlights IBM Cloud's capabilities for building resilient solutions.
We’re going to demonstrate how IBM Cloud Functions can provide a phenomenal boost to Monte Carlo simulations, allowing them to execute in a fraction of the time as compared to a conventional execution model.