Iron.io Delivers Event-Driven Computing to OpenStack – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 519

February 23rd, 2017 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Douglas Coburn, Director of Sales and Sales Engineering at Iron.io, joins us live from OpenStack Summit in Barcelona. Iron.io is a leader in the event-driven computing space and the creator of IronWorker, a full platform for event driven computing developed in concert with Intel and other OpenStack partners. In this interview, Coburn talks about Iron.io’s collaboration with Intel to use the Snap open telemetry framework to optimize workload provisioning in the cloud. Coburn also discusses Iron.io’s efforts to deliver AWS-Lambda-like functionality to OpenStack via the IronFunctions platform.

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