WebAssembly beyond the browser: Let’s conquer the cloud with Wasm in Kubernetes
WebAssembly (Wasm) is the next big thing on the server and in the cloud. Although Wasm has been around for quite a while now, significant investments and improvements happen on platforms other than the browser. We are finally able to leverage the Wasm as a secure application sandbox using tools like krustlet. With krustlet, we can run Wasm workloads directly in Kubernetes without any container being required. What does that mean? What can you achieve today, and what is still experimental? And how can you get hands-on right now? Join this talk by Azure MVP and cloud-native enthusiast Thorsten Hans to get those and other questions answered.
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