containers-roadmap VS aws-lambda-runtimes-performance

Compare containers-roadmap vs aws-lambda-runtimes-performance and see what are their differences.

containers-roadmap

This is the public roadmap for AWS container services (ECS, ECR, Fargate, and EKS). (by aws)

aws-lambda-runtimes-performance

AWS Lambda Performance comparison (by Aleksandr-Filichkin)
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containers-roadmap aws-lambda-runtimes-performance
32 1
4,090 44
1.9% -
2.8 5.7
5 months ago 19 days ago
Shell Java
GNU General Public License v3.0 or later -
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containers-roadmap

Posts with mentions or reviews of containers-roadmap. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-11-04.

aws-lambda-runtimes-performance

Posts with mentions or reviews of aws-lambda-runtimes-performance. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-12.
  • AWS Lambda Cold Start Times
    8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 Oct 2021
    > NodeJs is the slowest runtime, after some time it becomes better(JIT?) but still is not good enough. In addition, we see the NodeJS has the worst maximum duration.

    The conclusion drawn about NodeJS performance is flawed due to a quirk of the default settings in the AWS SDK for JS compared to other languages. By default, it opens and closes a TCP connection for each request. That overhead can be greater than the time actually needed to interact with DDB.

    I submitted a pull request to fix that configuration[0]. I expect the performance of NodeJS warm starts to look quite a bit better after that.

    [0]: https://github.com/Aleksandr-Filichkin/aws-lambda-runtimes-p...

What are some alternatives?

When comparing containers-roadmap and aws-lambda-runtimes-performance you can also consider the following projects:

netshoot - a Docker + Kubernetes network trouble-shooting swiss-army container

kraken - P2P Docker registry capable of distributing TBs of data in seconds

juicefs - JuiceFS is a distributed POSIX file system built on top of Redis and S3.

eks-nvme-ssd-provisioner - EKS NVMe SSD provisioner for Amazon EC2 Instance Stores

k2tf - Kubernetes YAML to Terraform HCL converter

amazon-ecs-agent - Amazon Elastic Container Service Agent

k8s-device-plugin - NVIDIA device plugin for Kubernetes

piku - The tiniest PaaS you've ever seen. Piku allows you to do git push deployments to your own servers.

copilot-cli - The AWS Copilot CLI is a tool for developers to build, release and operate production ready containerized applications on AWS App Runner, Amazon ECS, and AWS Fargate.

kube-fledged - A kubernetes operator for creating and managing a cache of container images directly on the cluster worker nodes, so application pods start almost instantly

asdf-tflint - An asdf plugin for installing terraform-linters/tflint.