Run Fn Project on your Raspberry Pi by Pavel Varchenko

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I have a cluster of Raspberry Pi for my pet-projects and believe that serverless is very good for home automation. Couple months ago I started to use Fn Project. But currently we can’t use standard way to install it on computers with arm32 architecture. Next I’ll explain some custom steps to run Fn on your Raspberry Pi and call Java function.

Step 1: Prepare environment

As you might know Fn consists of several components. To run Java-function we’ll use following:

  • Fn Server;
  • Command line interface;
  • Java function development kit.

To run functions you have to install docker. Read the complete article here.

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