CloudOps Overview
  • 28 Feb 2024
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CloudOps Overview

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Overview

CloudOps offers a comprehensive list of all installed FaaS services, along with their corresponding executions, logs, and triggers. The user experience is further enhanced through dedicated tabs, offering a streamlined and organized presentation for easy navigation and efficient management of FaaS-related information.

StartLine: Application Entities and Installed Packages

To view all the application entities and installed packages, refer to the StartLine > Actions > Manage Installations.

The CloudOps' tabs' details are explained in the following sections:


Access CloudOps

Roles to Access CloudOps

Make sure your role is Developer, Annotation Manager, or Owner to access the CloudOps.

In the Dataloop left-side menu, select CloudOps. The Classic Applications page is displayed by default. To use the new version of the Applications, click Switch to V2.


Do you know?
  • Package: A Package is a collection of static code with a schema that holds all the Modules, functions, and the code base from which they can be taken. Packages are used to build models or deploy services and refer to an entity that is processed using the Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) technology. Packages can be public, global, or specific to a particular Project and are limited to a maximum size of 100MB.
  • Function: Functions are the basic functional units of FaaS. You can define the functions in the class, and when the service is deployed, you can run any of them. Functions are defined within a module, and multiple functions can be an access point to the FaaS.
  • Service: A serverless computing service allows users to run code without the need to manage servers or infrastructure. It can also be conceptualized as a deployed package that serves the code. When provided with the matching input for a function, it runs and returns the output.
  • FaaS Application: An FaaS (Function as a Service) application is a software application that is built using the Function as a Service computing model. In this model, the application's functionality is implemented as individual, independent functions or pieces of code. Each function is designed to perform a specific task and is triggered by events such as user actions, incoming data, or time-based events.

How to Create an FaaS Application ?

CloudOps allows you to create your FaaS application in the Dataloop platform. To create, perform the instructions.



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