With OpenFaaS you can package anything as a serverless function - from Node.js to Golang to CSharp, even binaries like ffmpeg or ImageMagick.

You can try OpenFaaS in 60 seconds or write and deploy your first Python function in around 10-15 minutes. Grab a coffee and learn how the FaaS-CLI makes serverless easy.

So bring your laptop, your own on-prem hardware or create a cluster in the cloud. Pick Docker or Kubernetes to do the heavy lifting enabling you to build a scaleable, fault-tolerant event-driven serverless platform for your applications.

Read what people are saying about OpenFaaS on our community page.


Hi, I’m Alex Ellis

I'm the author of OpenFaaS, principal developer at ADP, Docker Captain and all-around open-source enthusiast.

I write a tech blog on containers, Linux, Raspberry Pi and coding over at blog.alexellis.io