Chinese edge cloud service provider Baishan has launched a serverless system called [email protected]
The new product is part of Baishan’s unified serverless edge cloud portfolio for global enterprise customers, avoiding need to maintain inhouse infrastructure. The company claims this is a significant technical advance by allowing applications to run as function codes on Baishan’s edge service nodes.
“The release of [email protected] marks an important step in our continued edge cloud product initiative since the beginning of this year. It brings new ways of engaging in cloud services for enterprises and developers,” said Jian Tong, partner and CTO at Baishan. “The new release also reflects our continued effort in improving our serverless edge cloud platform to enhance our ability to empower developers and to provide enterprises with application solutions across various industry verticals.”
With its distributed global edge cloud platform, Baishan continues to provide various application components to enterprises across various industry verticals, including pharmaceutical, manufacturing, energy and transportation, finance, banking, real estate, e-commerce, gaming, and online education.
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