For every request, IronFunctions would spin up a new container to handle the job, which depending on container and task could add a couple of 100ms of overhead. So why
As mentioned in my previous blog post there is new open-source, lambda compatible, on-premise, language agnostic, server-less compute service called IronFunctions. While IronFunctions is written in Go. Rust is still
Imagine AWS Lambda being: On-Premise (host it anywhere) Language Agnostic (writing lambda functions in any language: Go, Rust, Python, Scala, Elixir you name it...) Horizontally Scalable Open-Source Would be nice
Since Alex Gabriel the maintainer of Mayanna is on vacation we got stuck with some issues! So while he is gone we started working on the old GNOME Zeitgeist again.
Perhaps as a result the recent news about GNOME 3.0 mentioning GNOME-Zeitgeist (Yay!). A lot of people have been visiting our IRC channel lately asking about the project. In