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Brooks Townsend
Brooks Townsend
Brooks Townsend
||4 min read

From the beginning of our days developing wasmCloud, we took a stance to be compatible with today's technology without being dependent on it. So, wasmCloud needed to be able to:

  • Run inside or outside of a container
  • Run inside of Kubernetes or another orchestrator and run without it
  • Run on Linux, but also support Mac and Windows (and not just WSL)
  • Etc
Liam Randall
Liam Randall
Liam Randall
||4 min read

WebAssembly is poised to fundamentally transform the development of both browser and server-side development.

The virtualization of the CPU, OS, and the cloud with hypervisors, containers, and Kubernetes each marked epochs of technology that ushered in emerging trends in software architecture, design, development, operation, and life cycle management.

Liam Randall
Liam Randall
Liam Randall
||2 min read

Imagine rapid development of platform-agnostic multi-cloud, multi-edge and far-edge platforms that run at near native speeds anywhere, at any scale. Fast, secure-by-default, distributed application development that eliminates entire classes of security and portability challenges at significant cost savings.

That’s the power and possibility of Cloud Native technologies and WebAssembly, a Better Together story that will take center stage in Valencia on the eve of KubeCon EU 2022.

Liam Randall
Liam Randall
Liam Randall
||10 min read

This blog post summarizes our Kubecon EU 2021 Keynote - Cloud Native & WebAssembly: Better Together.

In this blog post and the accompanying video, we will share the story of the rise of WebAssembly. We will give you a high-level overview of what WebAssembly is all about, why you should care, and how Cloud Native and WebAssembly are better together.

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