Nuclio - High-Performance Serverless event and data processing platform

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Nuclio is a high-performance "serverless" framework focused on data, I/O, and compute intensive workloads. It is well integrated with popular data science tools, such as Jupyter and Kubeflow; supports a variety of data and streaming sources; and supports execution over CPUs and GPUs. The Nuclio project began in 2017 and is constantly and rapidly evolving; many start-ups and enterprises are now using Nuclio in production.

Nuclio is extremely fast: a single function instance can process hundreds of thousands of HTTP requests or data records per second. This is 10-100 times faster than some other frameworks.

https://github.com/nuclio/nuclio
https://nuclio.io/
https://theburningmonk.com/2019/04/comparing-nuclio-and-aws-lambda/

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