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  • Google Cloud Supports PHP on Cloud Functions

    Google Cloud recently announced the public preview of PHP on Cloud Functions. The Functions Framework for PHP supports HTTP functions, to respond to HTTP events, and CloudEvent functions to process events sourced from external and internal Google Cloud services like Pub/Sub, Cloud Storage and Firestore.

  • Google Cloud Supports Ruby on Cloud Functions

    Google Cloud recently announced the public preview of Ruby on Cloud Functions. The open-source Functions Framework for Ruby supports HTTP functions and CloudEvent functions.

  • AWS Announces Node.js 14 Support for Its Function as a Service, Lambda

    Recently AWS announced Node.js version 14 support for its Function as a Service (FaaS), Lambda. Developers can now author AWS Lambda functions using Node.js' new features, such as top-level-await, enhanced diagnostics, modifications of the streams APIs, and a revised JavaScript engine for better performance.

  • Google Cloud Functions Now Support .NET Core 3.1

    Like other public cloud vendors, Google has a Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) offering with Cloud Functions. In a blog post last month, the public cloud vendor announced Cloud Functions would support .NET Core 3.1 – a free, cross-platform, and open-source platform for Windows, Mac, and Linux.