Fermyon Cloud compared to Amazon Cloudfront Functions

Fermyon Cloud
Versus
Amazon Cloudfront Functions

Features

Edge Features of Fermyon Cloud compared to Amazon Cloudfront Functions
Fermyon CloudFeaturesAmazon Cloudfront Functions
Functions / Serverless
Rust, Go, JS, TS, Python, C, C++, Zig, .NET, Grain, RubyFunctions Supported LanguagesJavaScript, Go, C, C++, .NET, Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby
Worker.js Environment
Docker SupportYes, through EC2 Container Registry (ECR)
Packages Spin applications in Fermyon Cloud managed OCI registryDocker Private Registry
Kubernetes Support
Managed Kubernetes
1Availability RegionsAll POPs connected to your Cloudfront property
Spin app automatically allocates what’s needed until maximumDefault Memory (MB)128
128Maximum Memory (MB)3008
As long as Spin app needs until maximumExecution Time (ms)3,000
30,000Maximum Execution Time (ms)900,000
10Request Payload (MB)6
1Response Payload (MB)6
Green Energy
Unsupported Paid Feature Supported Unknown

Descriptions


Fermyon Cloud


Fermyon is at the forefront of serverless computing, specializing in WebAssembly. Their platform is designed for high efficiency, robust security, and seamless portability. It is a go-to for applications like microservices and IoT.

Fermyon’s platform supports multiple programming languages, ensuring ease of use and optimal performance.

An ideal serverless provider for both startups and established businesses, Fermyon is defining the future of serverless technology.


Amazon Cloudfront Functions


Amazon Cloudfront Function introduces cloud computing to every CloudFront pop around the globe.

Amazon Cloudfront Functions differs from Amazon’s Lambda@Edge because CloudFront’s servers have been located traditionally at the edges of Amazon’s gigantic global network of servers. This means CloudFront functions will run closer to the end-user than traditional Lambda’s, which usually run within customers' own VPN or behind loadbalancers.

With this change in approach, Amazon hopes to even further play into the serverless space that is to become the future of IaaS or Serverless as a Service.

Given Amazon’s massive reach and the tremendously popular CloudFront product, this will surely be a success going forward. Perhaps even replacing Amazon’s Lambda@Edge in the long term?