Size does matter! In the case of microservices and functions, I’d much prefer a smaller, leaner footprint as opposed to the often overly bloated frameworks we’ve seen floating around the enterprise landscape. Project Flogo, was written entirely in Golang with the goal of running highly performant microservices in the smallest… Read More →
At TIBCO NOW last week, I had the pleasure of announcing and demonstrating native machine learning capabilities, directly within Flogo Flows at the edge, directly on device without any networking requirements—all of the inferencing and aggregation is happening on device! What does this mean? Well, in some cases, it can… Read More →
Project Flogo—an open source, ultralight edge microservices framework—now supports the running of Flogo flows as functions within AWS Lambda.
I’ve written a few different blog posts on Project Flogo , so I will not go into detail on what Flogo is, but please feel free to read one (or all) of my earlier posts. However, I do want to emphasize one key point: Flogo is an ultra-lightweight open source process… Read More →
Welcome to the second of a three-part blog series, kicked off last week by Rajeev where he reviewed TIBCO’s IoT strategy. In this blog, I’ll spend some time focusing on Flogo, the open source project and our newly introduced edge app support. Let’s get started, shall we?
Flogo + IOTA—The little IoT app engines that could! We are thrilled to have announced Flogo Edge Applications and TIBCO® IOT App Engine (IOTA™) last week at TIBCO NOW in Berlin. On this occasion, we are happy to feature a 3-part series of blogs that will explain our strategy and… Read More →
TIBCO just released an exciting new update to TIBCO Cloud Integration (TCI) with a Web Integrator. This adds to the current functionality of API Modeler, Node.js, and TIBCO Business Studio Cloud Edition. So what is this shiny new thing? Let’s find out.
What is Project Flogo? Last year, Project Flogo—designed specifically as an application integration framework for IoT—was introduced to the world as an Open Source Software (OSS) project. The idea is simple: You write a lightweight app via Flogo WebUI (or your favorite IDE), then build and push the single executable… Read More →
In February 2017, I traveled to Pune, India to present the open source IoT project Flogo in front of 400 attendees at Gophercon. This event is the largest global conference series on the Go Programming Language. The conference had many great talks, which demonstrated why Go is used especially for building fast,… Read More →
Last year, TIBCO announced the Open Source Project Flogo at TIBCO NOW in Las Vegas. In October 2016, the project was published as first developer preview. You can reach the project via Flogo website TIBCO Community Source code on Github Introductory slides and videos