Sunday, October 31, 2021

Azure AKS supports WebAssembly System Interface (WASI): WASM Edge

Public preview: AKS support for WebAssembly System Interface (WASI) workloads | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure

A WebAssembly (WASM) is a portable, open standard for a new binary format that is memory safe and runs at near-native performance. Different languages can be cross-compiled to WASM and interoperate using WASI, allowing you to run the same code across machines and shared modules across languages.

A Krustlet is a Kubernetes Kubelet that can run WASM using any web assembly runtime instead of containers. This AKS preview enables the easy addition of WASI nodepools using Krustlet to schedule WASI workloads to run on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).

To learn more about Krustlet, click here or here.

WasmEdge Runtime
A cloud native WebAssembly runtime for edge computing

WasmEdge enables serverless functions to be embedded into any software platforms from cloud's edge to SaaS to automobiles!

Compute@Edge services | Fastly Developer Hub

Edge programming with Rust and WebAssembly | Fastly

wasm edge computing - Google Search

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