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Implementing Serverless Multi Client Session Synchronization with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

TL;DR — Multi Client Sessions can be facilitated in a fully serverless fashion. Two players playing Tic Tac Toe or Chess, teams collaborating on a document or diagram, an audience witnessing a presenter’s demonstration — these are just examples where multiple distributed application instances should be kept in synch. This can be done with stand-alone application that have no backend. This article demonstrates a simple set up on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure — using a Serverless Function (that is not…

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Lucas Jellema

Lucas Jellema

Lucas Jellema is solution architect and CTO at AMIS, The Netherlands. He is Oracle ACE Director, Groundbreaker Ambassador, JavaOne Rockstar and programmer

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