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How Fastly and the developer community are investing in the WebAssembly ecosystem

WebAssembly is helping to lay the foundation for the future of edge computing. And together with the Bytecode Alliance and the developer community at large, we’re investing in new technologies to make WebAssembly easier and…

From our community: top serverless trends and challenges

Unpack the trends with serverless, as seen from our Compute@Edge beta community: from the top use cases and benefits, to the perceived challenges with serverless as a whole.

Can QUIC match TCP’s computational efficiency?

While many of the people building and planning to use QUIC are eager to see wide deployment, there are concerns over whether QUIC can be as computationally efficient as TCP. We ran the tests to…

Evaluating new languages for Compute@Edge

Learn about our process and approach for evaluating which new languages our serverless compute environment — Compute@Edge — will support next.

How Lucet and Wasmtime make a stronger compiler, together

In our latest Bytecode Alliance initiative, we’re working to marry the benefits of Lucet and Wasmtime — ultimately creating a more seamless, secure, and speedy WebAssembly runtime and compiler.

Compute@Edge demo: See our new serverless compute environment at work

Watch our Compute@Edge demo, and see the possibilities of our new serverless compute environment.

How the internet changed in 2019 (and what to expect in 2020)

Take a look back at 2019’s major shifts in internet infrastructure, and understand what they mean for the future of the internet in 2020 and beyond.

Join the beta: our new serverless compute environment gives you more power at the edge

Fastly is now offering access to its serverless compute environment in private beta. Meet Compute@Edge, a uniquely secure, performant, and scalable approach to serverless computing.

Build on the edge with ready-to-deploy code

We’re introducing a new collection of tools built just for developers — gathered on one easy-to-search page — so you can discover, test, and deploy edge solutions in a faster, safer way. Filter through dozens…

Announcing Lucet: Fastly’s native WebAssembly compiler and runtime

Today, we’re thrilled to announce the open sourcing of Lucet, our native WebAssembly compiler and runtime. WebAssembly is a technology created to enable web browsers to safely execute programs at near-native speeds, and it’s been…

Memory management in WebAssembly: guide for C and Rust programmers

Recently we launched Fastly Terrarium, a multi-language, browser-based editor and deployment platform where you can experiment with edge technology. Now, for those well-versed in C and Rust, we’ll explore WebAssembly memory management and implementation.

Edge programming with Rust and WebAssembly

Take a developer deep dive into Terrarium, our multi-language, browser-based editor and deployment platform at the edge. Learn how to compile Rust programs to WebAssembly right on your local machine, interact with the Terrarium system,…

How Terrarium reframes the compiler and sandbox relationship

Get hands-on with Terrarium, a Fastly project that lets developers harness the power of edge computing in the languages they already use. See how this technology demonstration came to be (and why we’re even using…

Testing new ideas with Fastly Fiddle

Quickly experiment, debug and try out ideas on Fastly’s platform, without signing up, or even logging in.

Looking to the future: how edge innovation sparked Fastly Labs

We’re thrilled to introduce Fastly Labs, a hub of in-progress projects and big ideas for the developer community to interact with, all built upon our philosophy of trust, transparency, and Fastly’s long history of edge…

Diff at the edge with serverless cloud functions

Requesting the difference between two previously cached files — using just a CDN configuration and a serverless cloud compute function — is a great example of exploiting edge and serverless compute services to make your…

Technical trainings & the future of edge delivery at Altitude SF 2017

Altitude SF 2017 featured hands-on trainings and talks from industry leaders like Reddit, the ACLU, Slack, TED, and more. We explored the future of edge delivery, heard about emerging trends in cloud infrastructure and DevOps,…

How we moved our Historical Stats from MySQL to Bigtable with zero downtime

In an effort to move forward from early architecture that we were quickly outgrowing, we recently migrated our Historical Stats database from self-managed MySQL to Google Cloud Bigtable. Read on to learn how we did…

The IoT industry’s response to emerging threats

Late last year, we took a look at how the Internet of Things (IoT) is under attack. We analyzed hundreds of individual IoT devices to see how often they were probed for vulnerabilities, with the…

Altitude NYC 2017 in review: videos and slides

Altitude NYC brought together Fastly engineers and industry leaders like The New York Times and Nordstromrack.com | Hautelook to discuss complex problems in security, cloud infrastructure, DevOps, and more. Check out our recap and watch…

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