Nuweba Unveils GPU Support on its Secure Serverless Platform

November 19, 2019 Perry Cohen

Nuweba, a Function-as-a-Service platform that makes serverless technology, announced its serverless platform is the first to support the use of graphics processing units (GPUs), in a press release. Marking the next era in cloud computing, Nuweba is bringing serverless technology to its fullest potential, allowing the use of serverless for AI applications for the first time, per the release. As the use of AI and serverless technologies grows, the demand for a GPU powered serverless option is soaring.

The serverless cloud computing market size is projected to reach $22 billion by 2025, according to Allied Market Research. Serverless technology has the potential to free developers' time and expertise, allowing them to focus on their applications and business logic. Nuweba is working to further adoption of serverless technology by offering faster processing than other leading serverless platforms and a layered approach to security.

“The much-anticipated serverless platform powered by GPUs comes after high demand from our technology partners,” said CEO of Nuweba, Ido Neeman, in the release. "In a growing industry segment, we understand the competition we’re facing, including Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS."

Features of the serverless platform include 3-60ms invocation latency; ephemerality with no container reuse; real-time deep visibility into functions behavior and flow; compatibility with AWS Lambda; and six layers of advanced security.

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