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Time-series data ingestion from Rust WebAssembly application, leveraging GreptimeDB and WasmEdge

Posted on January 17, 2024

Member post originally published on Medium by Greptime What is WebAssembly WebAssembly is a new instruction format that offers cross-platform compatibility and execution speeds close to native machine code. By compiling C/C++ or Rust code into WebAssembly, program…


WasmEdge and OpenYurt bring cloud computing to the edge

Posted on February 7, 2022 | By Vivian Hu, Michael Yuan, and Chen Jin

Guest post by Vivian Hu and Michael Yuan from Second State with the help from Chen Jin from the OpenYurt project. Edge computing is a distributed application architecture that places computational resources (eg, CPU and storage) close to…


CNCF celebrates successful mentees from LFX Program Term 1 2024!

Posted on June 19, 2024

Congratulations to CNCF’s 2024 Term 1 (March – May) LFX Program mentees who have finished the program successfully! Following a three-month program working with 28 different Graduated, Incubating, and Sandbox projects, including Antrea, Istio, KubeEdge, OpenTelemetry, and Prometheus…


A new course: how to use Dapr and WebAssembly to build scalable and secure cloud apps

Posted on May 10, 2024

If it’s time to expand your skill set and master relevant new technologies, Linux Foundation Training and Certification and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation have a new course, Dapr with WebAssembly (LFD233). At a time when technology is…


WebAssembly on Kubernetes: the practice guide (part 02)

Posted on March 28, 2024 | By Seven Cheng

Community post by Seven Cheng | View part one here In the previous article, I gave an overview of Wasm’s features and advantages. I also explained how to run Wasm modules within container environments. In this article, I…


WebAssembly on Kubernetes: from containers to Wasm (part 01)

Posted on March 12, 2024 | By Seven Cheng

Community blog by Seven Cheng WebAssembly (Wasm) was originally created for the browser, and it has become increasingly popular on the server-side as well. In my view, WebAssembly is gaining popularity in the Cloud Native ecosystem due to its…


LFX Program’s CNCF mentees have successfully finished Term 3!

Posted on December 14, 2023 | By CNCF staff

We are thrilled to congratulate 34 mentees who have successfully graduated from the LFX Program after working with various CNCF projects over the last three months!     Mentees had the opportunity to work on many different projects across our…


Rust + WebAssembly: building infrastructure for Large Language Model ecosystems

Posted on October 30, 2023 | By Sam Liu and Miley Fu

Community post originally published on Second State’s blog by Sam Liu, Second State Engineer, CNCF’s WasmEdge Maintainer and Miley Fu, CNCF Ambassador, DevRel at WasmEdge This is a talk at the track “The Programming Languages Shaping the Future…


36 CNCF term 2 LFX mentees have successfully completed the program!

Posted on September 12, 2023

Congratulations to the 36 interns who have graduated from the LFX Program after working with CNCF projects over June, July, and August!     Mentees had the opportunity to work on many different projects across our Graduated, Incubating, and Sandbox…


Added flexibility and better performance are driving new use cases for WebAssembly

Posted on September 6, 2023

While WebAssembly (Wasm) is still primarily used to develop web applications, its use is expanding far beyond its original use case as part of the open web platform, according to the State of WebAssembly 2023 report developed for…