Introduction to Iron Functions with Iron.io

schedule 05:55 PM - 06:00 PM place Room 2 people 10 Attending

Built with a microservices architecture and utilizing Docker containers, Iron.io has transformed the way job processing is built and deployed. Architects and developers benefit from the microservices approach that separates components into discrete functional elements or individual services. This model reduces complexity, while increasing scalability. Smaller, more granular compute services which can be developed and deployed independently are easier to maintain, repair, and update.

Iron.io is language agnostic for greater flexibility when developing and deploys on any cloud or hybrid for flexibility and control of enterprise applications. When managed or hosted services are included, developers have a true serverless experience.

 
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Lightning talk.

Learning Outcome

Iron.io introduction.

Target Audience

Anyone

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    DevOps represents a simple idea: increase collaboration across teams while automating processes. Although the concept is relatively new to Japan, American IT organizations have been trying to implement DevOps in recent years: many have found success, while others have seen failure.

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