[openstack-dev] [faas] [qinling] project update - 2
anlin.kong at gmail.com
Sun Jan 7 21:37:46 UTC 2018
Happy new year!
This project update is posted by-weekly, but feel free to get in touch in
- Introduce etcd in qinling for distributed locking and storing the
resources that need to be updated frequently.
- Get function workers (admin only)
- Support to detach function from underlying orchestrator (admin only)
- Support positional args in users function
- More unit tests and functional tests added
- Powerful resource query filtering of qinling openstack CLI
- Conveniently delete all executions of one or more functions in CLI
You can find previous emails below.
Have a good day :-)
Lingxian Kong (Larry)
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From: Lingxian Kong <anlin.kong at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 10:18 PM
Subject: [openstack-dev] [qinling] [faas] project update
To: OpenStack Development Mailing List <openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org>
Maybe there are aleady some people interested in faas implementation in
openstack, and also deployed other openstack services to be integrated with
(e.g. trigger function by object uploading in swift), Qinling is the thing
you probably don't want to miss out. The main motivation I creatd Qinling
project is from frequent requirements of our public cloud customers.
For people who have not heard about Qinling before, please take a look at
my presentation in Sydney Summit:
There is also a simple demo video:
As the first project update email, I will just list the features
implemented for now:
- Python runtime
- Sync/Async function execution
- Job (invoke function on schedule)
- Function defined in swift object storage service
- Function defined in docker image
- Easy to interact with openstack services in function
- Function autoscaling based on request rate
- RBAC operation
- Function resource limitation
- Simple documentation
I will keep posting the project update by-weekly, but feel free to get in
touch in #openstack-qinling anytime.
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