Architect vs KintoHub: What are the differences?
Architect: The simplest, most powerful way to build serverless applications. Create, deploy, and maintain next-generation AWS cloud function-based serverless infrastructure with full local, offline workflows, and more; KintoHub: Microservices made simple. Build microservice-first apps, websites and APIs in seconds. Use any language you love and start sharing features with the world. Deploy your first applications now for free.
Architect and KintoHub can be categorized as "Serverless / Task Processing" tools.
Some of the features offered by Architect are:
- Version control your architecture and create cloud infra in minutes from an .arc manifest
- Deploy in seconds with first class support for staging and production
- Work locally while completely offline with a speedy in-memory database
On the other hand, KintoHub provides the following key features:
- Deploy your apps fast - Build and deploy your first application in minutes. Expose the API and call its endpoints anywhere.
- Serverless with a twist - Spawn only the services your applications need. Automatically.
- Backward compatible - Get the best of both worlds: nimble microservices and containerized legacy applications with KintoBlocks.
Architect is an open source tool with 594 GitHub stars and 48 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Architect's open source repository on GitHub.