What is faasd?
It is the same OpenFaaS experience and ecosystem, but without Kubernetes. Functions and microservices can be deployed anywhere with reduced overheads whilst retaining the portability of containers and cloud-native tooling such as containerd and CNI.
faasd is a tool in the Serverless / Task Processing category of a tech stack.
faasd is an open source tool with 400 GitHub stars and 28 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to faasd's open source repository on GitHub
DigitalOcean, Linux, Windows, macOS, and Raspberry Pi are some of the popular tools that integrate with faasd. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with faasd.
Pros of faasd
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- A single Golang binary
- Can be set-up and left alone to run your applications
- Multi-arch, so works on Intel x86_64 and ARM out the box
- Uses the same core components and ecosystem of OpenFaaS
faasd Alternatives & Comparisons
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