wasmCloud

Project homepage. wasmCloud allows for simple, secure, distributed application development using WebAssembly actors and capability providers.

wasmCloud was accepted to CNCF on July 13, 2021 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level.

Latest tweets from wasmCloud

Ever wonder how we run our #WebAssembly applications spread across the world? You can learn this power for yourself (and you don't even need to join the dark side!) Our new post shows how to set up globally distributed wasmCloud with @synadia's #NATS & NGS https://t.co/EOzlykQlhL

"The best way to solve a distributed systems problem is not to have it in the first place."

Not quite a luxury we have... but at least we have the friends we made along the way!

Yesterday marked the third anniversary of @CloudNativeFdn wasmCloud 🎂🎉
Creator @KevinHoffman had some reflections on our journey to remove burden from the developer. We all want to thank you, the community, for making three awesome years possible!

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Reflections on Three Years of wasmCloud

Reflections on Three Years of wasmCloud

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As wasmCloud developers, we couldn’t agree more! The wasmCloud project was started by a bunch of developers who were tired of how much complexity they had to handle on a daily basis. We are very excited for the future of all things #WebAssembly

We're honored to have this blog make it onto the Wasm weekly! The component model could be the thing that tips the scale in #WebAssembly's favor.

Today we hit 1000 followers! We wanted to give a big thank you to our rapidly growing community; all of you are the most critical part of our mission to bring joy to distributing computing with #WebAssembly.

See how Distributed Tracing with @CloudNativeFdn @wasmCloud & @opentelemetry make distributed computing a breeze! Telemetry integrated into #WebAssembly on any cloud, any edge, anywhere. Today 1:00 EST on @wasmCloud Wednesday! https://t.co/4BviMJAt4U