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Fermyon wants to reinvent the way programmers develop microservices

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Fermyon wants to reinvent the way programmers develop microservices

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When Fermyon’s founders were working at Microsoft, they helped build a lot of cloud native technologies.

They noted that the development process, particularly around Kubernetes, was complex and developers often over provisioned cloud infrastructure resources for those times when usage spiked, resources that often went unused.

Today, the company is introducing Fermyon, the next open source piece, which allows teams to work together on the platform.


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Author / Journalist: Ron Miller

Category: Startups

Topics: Enterprise Funding Developer Kubernetes Microsoft Open source Startups Spin Amplify Partners Cloud Fermyon Microservices WebAssembly Serverless Cloud native

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Published On: 2022-06-21, 16:00:56

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Reading Time: 5 minutes read

Article Length: 721 words

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