OpenFaaS has released version 0.27.3, an update that makes it even easier for developers to deploy event-driven functions and microservices to Kubernetes. With OpenFaaS, developers can package their code or an existing binary in an OCI-compatible image, resulting in a highly scalable endpoint with auto-scaling and metrics.
The changelog for version 0.27.3 includes the following updates:
- PR #1816 removes duplicates and fixes the order of adopters. This contribution was made by @nitishkumar71.
- PR #1810 updates the contributing guide by removing references to the deprecated io/ioutil. This contribution was made by @testwill.
The update also includes several commits by different contributors, including:
- 9ba4a73 by @alexellis, which renames Makefile targets.
- 479285c by @nitishkumar71, which fixes adopters.
- 4cf5fb8 by @alexellis, which updates the contributing guide.
- ed5bd75 by @alexellis, which renames to OpenFaaS.
- 4f4e3d2 by @testwill, which removes references to the deprecated io/ioutil.
To see a detailed list of changes between versions 0.27.2 and 0.27.3, you can visit the comparison page.
OpenFaaS version 0.27.3 is another step forward in providing developers with a powerful and easy-to-use platform for deploying serverless functions and microservices. With its focus on Kubernetes and its extensive list of features and updates, OpenFaaS continues to be a popular choice for those interested in servers, Linux, DevOps, and home labs.