This blog post will show you how to create your own Serverless Raspberry Pi cluster with Docker and the OpenFaaS framework. People often ask me what they should do with their cluster and this application is perfect for the credit-card sized device – want more compute power? Scale by adding more RPis.
“Serverless” is a design pattern for event-driven architectures just like “bridge”, “facade”, “factory” and “cloud” are also abstract concepts – so is “serverless”. …
We’ll be using OpenFaaS which lets you turn any single host or cluster into a back-end to run serverless functions. Any binary, script or programming language that can be deployed with Docker will work on OpenFaaS and you can chose on a scale between speed and flexibility. The good news is a UI and metrics are also built-in.
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