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Serverless Cloud Products 2017 Predictions: Cloud In Application Platforms; New Features Announced; Expect More Dangerous Threats

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The trend in tech development changes every time. One good example to mention is Serverless Cloud. Serverless Cloud Products for 2017 is venturing into your platform - the app.

Cloud In Application Platforms

IT organizations and developers have become more comfortable and familiar with cloud services unlike in its previous years. In the past, AWS and Salesforce earned the most attention in the early years of the cloud market. From those institutional moments, serverless Cloud is coming into a new venue, the app platform. This is due to the rapid growth of interest for cloud use. The aim is to make things simpler and easier to access that is why an app based platform has been in consideration, Diginomica reported.

New Features

Meanwhile, IBM's OpenWhisk platform is having a big expansion. It has been first reported that OpenWhisk now has new debugging capabilities. IBM also integrated the Bluemix-hosted Apache Kafka service called MessageHub. This feature provides a real-time service that has been built out of data pipelines and steaming apps.

OpenWhisk is slated to start providing support to new runtimes like Node v6, Python, and Swift v3. IBM announced that there will be added extension for Visual Studio Code. Other features also include, a newly improved UI that will simplify browser development and testing, Top Tech News reported.

Serverless Cloud Products Danger

According to Rack Space Blog, the Serverless Cloud Products for 2017 will face enormous threats as it gets bigger. He noted the alleged Russian-backed hacking of the recently held US elections that secured Donald Trump win. The presence of cybercriminals and cyber-terrorists post threat in all aspect of internet based development and transactions.

Everyone is advised to take extra care in using their cloud platforms and app-controlled information to prevent a possible attack from these criminals. Although dangers like this are eminent today, it is necessary to track down the glitches in the system and improve it for the next generation of cloud storage.

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