It is important to monitor remote servers to make sure you are not running out of compute resource/memory or disk space. It's even more important on a Raspberry Pi cluster where your resources are especially limited. A full SD card can knock a Raspberry Pi off your network or prevent services from working.
My Raspberry Pi collection - ready for Docker and Kubernetes tutorial writing.
In this post I'll show how you can build and deploy multi-OS Serverless functions with Docker and the OpenFaaS and why multi-OS clusters are important.
OpenFaaS is a serverless functions framework for Docker and Kubernetes which is experiencing viral growth and interest.
Windows and Linux play well together with Docker
This is a short blog post that you can follow along with while sipping your morning brew. I'll show you how to create, build, deploy and invoke a brand new function with one of the supported language templates. We'll use the CLI for every part of the workflow.
What is OpenFaas?
OpenFaaS is a framework for packaging code, binaries or containers as Serverless functions on any platform - Windows or Linux. Visit website