43 min

What the WASM? with Steven Murawski CloudChat

    • Technology

Episode 0007 - What the WASM?
In this episode, we are joined by our first guest, Steven Murawski, a Principal Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, who provides an insightful discussion on WebAssembly (WASM) and its role in enabling interoperability across programming languages. The conversation delves into Web Assembly’s objective of creating a portable execution format for multiple languages with near-native performance, and how it is designed to create a new interface when transitioning from the browser to the server-side.
We also explore how WebAssembly can be leveraged to modify application behavior by publishing interfaces for scenarios such as incoming changes, logging, or composing rule components, and the potential standalone use cases in a cloud ecosystem. We also discuss the possibilites of SDKs as wrappers around REST APIs or other shared endpoints, the role of different runtimes like wasmtime and Spin, and the concept of “worlds” in WebAssembly.
We would like to extend our gratitude to Steven for joining us and sharing his valuable insights!
Show links:
Web Assembly System Interface (WASI) Web assembly system interface WASI 0.2 Launched Azure AKS Use WASI Node Pools Component Model Component Model WIT WASM Runtimes Wasmtime Wamr JCO containerd shim Fermyon Fermyon - Spin Fermyon - SpinKube Getting Started with Fermyon Wasmcloud Wasmcloud .NET .NET WASI SDK C# (and .NET) in WebAssembly WASI Developer Experience Goals DeisLabs Hippo Yo Wasm Binding Generation Wit Bind Gen Additional Learning Resources WASM by Example VS Code and WASM VS Code Extensions and WebAssembly Hyperlight Microsoft Build 2023 Inside Azure Innovations - Hyperlight Extending Web Assembly to the Cloud Open Source Projects Cloudflare Cobweb Azure Samples - AKS Store Demo Visit us at:
twitter.com/CloudChatTech discord.cloudchat.tech cloudchatpodcast@gmail.com linkedin.com/company/cloudchat

Episode 0007 - What the WASM?
In this episode, we are joined by our first guest, Steven Murawski, a Principal Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, who provides an insightful discussion on WebAssembly (WASM) and its role in enabling interoperability across programming languages. The conversation delves into Web Assembly’s objective of creating a portable execution format for multiple languages with near-native performance, and how it is designed to create a new interface when transitioning from the browser to the server-side.
We also explore how WebAssembly can be leveraged to modify application behavior by publishing interfaces for scenarios such as incoming changes, logging, or composing rule components, and the potential standalone use cases in a cloud ecosystem. We also discuss the possibilites of SDKs as wrappers around REST APIs or other shared endpoints, the role of different runtimes like wasmtime and Spin, and the concept of “worlds” in WebAssembly.
We would like to extend our gratitude to Steven for joining us and sharing his valuable insights!
Show links:
Web Assembly System Interface (WASI) Web assembly system interface WASI 0.2 Launched Azure AKS Use WASI Node Pools Component Model Component Model WIT WASM Runtimes Wasmtime Wamr JCO containerd shim Fermyon Fermyon - Spin Fermyon - SpinKube Getting Started with Fermyon Wasmcloud Wasmcloud .NET .NET WASI SDK C# (and .NET) in WebAssembly WASI Developer Experience Goals DeisLabs Hippo Yo Wasm Binding Generation Wit Bind Gen Additional Learning Resources WASM by Example VS Code and WASM VS Code Extensions and WebAssembly Hyperlight Microsoft Build 2023 Inside Azure Innovations - Hyperlight Extending Web Assembly to the Cloud Open Source Projects Cloudflare Cobweb Azure Samples - AKS Store Demo Visit us at:
twitter.com/CloudChatTech discord.cloudchat.tech cloudchatpodcast@gmail.com linkedin.com/company/cloudchat

43 min

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