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There are near-infinite ways to build custom solutions and applications on Fastly's powerful, programmable edge.
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Right now, complex problems and use cases are being explored and solved on our new serverless compute environment. Powered by WebAssembly and with 100x faster startup times than other serverless offerings, developers are doing more at the edge with unprecedented power, flexibility, and scale.Stay in the know
The edge of the network is an exciting, new frontier. Read the latest about the evolving protocols and experimental technologies shaping the future of the internet.
We're starting to get excited about OpenTelemetry, and want you to be able to observe your Fastly services just like you do with apps running in your core cloud provider — and see the stories of your end user's journeys mapped end to end. VCL services can emit OpenTelemetry data, and be part of that story.
Recently Andrew Barba, the engineer behind Swift Cloud, released a highly performant and fully featured Swift SDK for our Compute@Edge platform. And he built the initial release in just four days, to boot! Understandably impressed, we sat down with Andrew to learn about his goals and build process for the project.
Zig is a language with manual memory management, no runtime, and one simple goal: be as efficient and portable as C, and fix the footguns and limitations that plague its — and neighboring — ecosystems. Go behind the scenes with Zig’s team member Loris Cro to learn how they’re accomplishing that goal.