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Opossum is a Node.js circuit breaker that executes asynchronous functions and monitors their execution status. When things start failing, Opossum plays dead and fails fast. If you want, you can provide a fallback function to be executed when in the failure state.


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CloudEvents is a specification for describing event data in a common format, allowing for interoperability and portability of events across different cloud platforms and services. It provides a standard way to  represent events and their associated metadata, making it easier to  integrate and build event-driven architectures.

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NodeShift is a tool and framework that simplifies the deployment and management of Node.js applications on Red Hat OpenShift, which is a containerization platform based on Kubernetes. NodeShift provides a command-line interface (CLI) and a set of utilities specifically designed for deploying Node.js applications on OpenShift.

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Service binding

Service binding provides information about a service to a process that needs to bind to that service. Combining the Service Binding Operator and kube-service-bindings is a convenient and consistent way of sharing credentials for services, letting you easily secure your deployments.

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The faas-js-runtime is a function invocation framework for executing serverless functions in Node.js or TypeScript on OpenShift. This module supports both the HTTP and CloudEvents specifications.

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