Fermyon Cloud compared to Amazon Lambda @ Edge

Fermyon Cloud
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Amazon Lambda @ Edge

Features

Edge Features of Fermyon Cloud compared to Amazon Lambda @ Edge
Fermyon CloudFeaturesAmazon Lambda @ Edge
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 compute pops
Spin app automatically allocates what’s needed until maximumDefault Memory (MB)128
128Maximum Memory (MB)128
As long as Spin app needs until maximumExecution Time (ms)5,000
30,000Maximum Execution Time (ms)30,000
10Request Payload (MB)50
1Response Payload (MB).04
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 Lambda @ Edge


Amazon Lambda at the Edge functions introduced serverless cloud computing to the masses as early as 2014.

Being the first with a massive user-base has set up Amazon for great success, it took a few years for competitors to offer similar functionality and to actually call the FaaS space a new chapter in cloud compute in general.

Amazon’s Lambda@Edge is Amazon’s first Edge Compute product, however Amazon recently released CloudFront Functions, which brings the compute a lot closer to the end-user.

With Amazon’s gigantic scale, a shift has started with companies that are on the AWS platform to move more and more of their infrastructure to serverless.