Cloud Functions is IBM’s serverless computing platform. Based on Apache OpenWhisk, it allows you to deploy microservices quickly and easily. In this video, I show you how to invoke those microservices from a node application.

Have you deployed microservices to the IBM Cloud Functions platform? Yeah, probably so. Have you found plenty of documentation showing you how to call that service from the command line? Sure. Would you rather call it from an application instead? Absolutely. In this video, I show you a simple node app that does just that.

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