Serverless, and based on the Apache OpenWhisk open source project, IBM Buemix OpenWhisk is a programming platform as a service with packaged access to 160+ cognitive and other cloud services. OpenWhisk scalably executes code in runtime containers in response to configurable events, through direct invocation, and without the need to manage infrastructure.
Use the OpenWhisk serverless platform and Watson cognitive services like Visual Recognition, Speech to Text and Natural Language Understanding to discover dark data hidden in videos - automatically.
Emoting mimics the smiley terminals you may see at the airport. In this post, we'll showcase this serverless app built with IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk and Cloudant.
One of the benefits of microservices is that each of the applications that compose your solution can be built using whatever language or framework makes sense for that particular application. Learn here how we take Microservices implementations one step further.
The latest Apache OpenWhisk offering on IBM Bluemix has several new enhancements. We'll show you how to use them.
With the recent promotion of OpenWhisk to general availability, you not only get the incredibly powerful, scalable, event-driven programming model for building your actions (functions) using serverless computing, but something else slipped into the release that you may not have noticed: The OpenWhisk API Gateway The API gateway is an experimental new feature that enables you to […]
This post gives you a starting point for building a serverless Slack app with IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk actions exposed via API Connect.
Serverless computing on IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk, now generally available with Swift runtime support, offering one of the most exciting combinations of technologies for end-to-end mobile application development.