The Fn Project is a new Open Source FAAS (Function-As-A-Service) "serverless" framework by Oracle. In contrast to what Amazon or Google provides this framework is fully open source and can be set up on your local hardware or on any VPC provider.
The Fn Gradle plugin leverages the latest industry standards in building Java and Groovy projects using Gradle. It integrates seamlessly with the Fn Project, both using the client interface as well as remotely running Docker instances.
By integrating with Gradle you as a developer can leverage the whole Java ecosystem as well as the dependency management by Gradle.
With the Fn Gradle plugin you get the following features:
Quickly create and deploy functions with Gradle
The plugin integrates seamlessly with Gradle to provide easy tasks for creating and working with functions bot from the terminal as well as from IDE's like Intellij IDEA or Eclipse.
Gradle dependency management and IDE support
By using Gradle you gain all the features provided by a fully fledged dependency management system for your functions. Along with full autocomplete support for Intellij IDEA this makes a perfect fit for fast function development.
Local development with hot deploy
The plugin integrates seamlessly into Gradle's continuous build feature and allows you to quickly see how the function behaves immediately as you change it.
Simple remote deployment configuration
Deploying your function to a remote server is no different than deploying it locally. All you need is to point your build to the remote Docker registry and FN Server API.
Easily create a new project using Java, Groovy or Kotlin
The plugin supports not only Java, but also Groovy and Kotlin out of the box. Only apply the JVM language Gradle plugin and the plugin will automatically create a function for you.
Open Source Community approved
- Open Source and under a permissive Apache 2 software license
- Open Source Community supported project
Support the project
The project is Open Source and hosted at Github. You can easily support the project by submitting features and bug fixes as Pull Requests.
If your business is leveraging the project and you feel it is bringing you significant benefits in your business work-flows please consider supporting the project by becoming a sponsor.
There are three ways you can sponsor the project:
This is when you want to say thanks! :)
Select an amount you want and pay with PayPal.
Monthly recurring sponsorship (paid annually)
If you are a business and want to see the project succeed in the long term to ensure that the project is kept up to date with the industry standards and bugs and new features are added in a timely manner this is for you.
By becoming a recurring sponsor you also get your company logo on the project page to bring you visibility in the community (optional).
The minimum amount for a recurring sponsorship is 150€/month paid annually via invoicing (email or e-invoicing is available).
Please send an email with the headline "Recurring sponsorship" to email@example.com to become recurring sponsor.
Billing is done via invoicing (email or e-invoice) so please note that this is only for companies with a valid VAT identification number.
Other kind of sponsorship
If the options above did not fit into what you are looking for the send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss it further.