Nuclio is a real-time serverless platform which allows developers to focus on building and running auto-scaling applications without worrying about managing servers. Nuclio accelerates development and performance when consumed as an open source project as well as a managed service in the Iguazio Continuous Data Platform.

serverless platform

30-100x faster performance compared to other FaaS offerings

Runs on IoT devices, developer IDE, Docker, Kubernetes or clouds

Debugging, logging, monitoring and out of the box CI/CD

Supports a variety of open or cloud event and data sources

The Iguazio Continuous Data Platform delivers a full-blown cloud experience of data services, AI and serverless. Nuclio is Iguazio’s open source/ managed serverless platform – faster than bare-metal code, it brings significant new functionality and works with data and event sources to accelerate performance and development. Nuclio is portable across IoT devices, laptops, on-premises datacenters and cloud deployments, eliminating cloud lock-ins and enabling hybrid solutions.

Nuclio simplifies the adoption of cloud-native architectures across a broad set of use cases, without sacrificing performance or debuggability. The Nuclio processor is real-time: a single Nuclio function processor runs 400,000 function invocations per second (with a simple Go function) and responds in 0.1ms latency, 100x faster than most serverless/FaaS solutions.

Why Nuclio?

  • The fastest serverless platform running up to 400,000 function invocations per second
  • Enables simple debugging, regression and a multiversioned CI/CD pipeline
  • Supports a large variety of open or cloud-specific event and data sources with common APIs
  • Is portable across low-power devices, laptops, on-premises and public clouds

Supported Platforms: Kubernetes, Docker, Google Kubernetes Engine, Azure Kubernetes Services

Supported Triggers: Azure Event Hubs, Amazon Kinesis, Kafka, NATS, RabbitMQ, Http Scheduled Tasks

Supported Languages: Go, Python, Java, Node.js, C#/.NET, Shell/Binary

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