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By leveraging well established event-driven microservice design principles and applying them to serverless functions you can build a homogenous ecosystem to run FaaS applications. Kafka’s natural ability to store and replay events means serverless functions can not only be replayed, but they can also be used to choreograph call chains or driven using orchestration. Kafka also means you can democratize and organize FaaS environments in a way that scales across the enterprise. Underpinning this mantra is the use of Cloud Events by the CNCF serverless working group (of which Confluent is an active member).
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