Experimenting with Fn project by Jason Lowe

Posted: July 24, 2018 in Cloud, WebLogic
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The first AppDev Made Easy (previously known as DX Workshop) for this tour started in Perth. We are continually trialing a few different things as such as we incorporated Fn project https://fnproject.io.

The whole demonstration of Functions was to articulate that there are different ways to execute and understanding the problem to solve as well as the values that the organisation holds (including both business and IT departments including developers) which will determine the technology.

For the demo we start from the very beginning.

Getting Fn Installed

The documentation on github is easy to follow – https://github.com/fnproject/fn. The first thing to do is to install docker. I refer back to this previous document to install docker on Oracle Compute Cloud Service – This is How Easy it is to setup Docker on Oracle Compute Cloud Service. Or if you are comfortable with the docker install, then that’s good too.

We use the simple curl script from the README to install fn.

Here’s the basic steps that we took get fn up and running. Read the complete article here.

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