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|Envoy||22,789||1||3 hours ago||432||April 24, 2021||1,581||apache-2.0||C++|
|Cloud-native high-performance edge/middle/service proxy|
|Dapr||22,348||56||4 hours ago||482||July 20, 2023||403||apache-2.0||Go|
|Dapr is a portable, event-driven, runtime for building distributed applications across cloud and edge.|
|Salt||13,521||231||36||10 hours ago||216||May 05, 2023||3,038||apache-2.0||Python|
|Software to automate the management and configuration of any infrastructure or application at scale. Get access to the Salt software package repository here:|
|Server||6,109||7 hours ago||61||July 27, 2023||292||bsd-3-clause||Python|
|The Triton Inference Server provides an optimized cloud and edge inferencing solution.|
|Kubeedge||6,067||8||a day ago||215||July 27, 2023||502||apache-2.0||Go|
|Kubernetes Native Edge Computing Framework (project under CNCF)|
|K3sup||5,467||2||a day ago||21||April 13, 2021||12||other||Go|
|bootstrap K3s over SSH in < 60s 🚀|
|Azure Cli||3,701||220||99||11 hours ago||166||August 01, 2023||3,031||mit||Python|
|Azure Command-Line Interface|
|Faasd||2,677||2 days ago||21||April 12, 2021||31||mit||Go|
|A lightweight & portable faas engine|
|Baetyl||1,817||a month ago||129||March 21, 2023||3||apache-2.0||Go|
|Extend cloud computing, data and service seamlessly to edge devices.|
|Iotedge||1,425||2||3 days ago||8||May 06, 2019||105||mit||C#|
|The IoT Edge OSS project|
Dapr is a portable, serverless, event-driven runtime that makes it easy for developers to build resilient, stateless and stateful microservices that run on the cloud and edge and embraces the diversity of languages and developer frameworks.
Dapr codifies the best practices for building microservice applications into open, independent, building blocks that enable you to build portable applications with the language and framework of your choice. Each building block is independent and you can use one, some, or all of them in your application.
We are a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) incubation project.
Dapr injects a side-car (container or process) to each compute unit. The side-car interacts with event triggers and communicates with the compute unit via standard HTTP or gRPC protocols. This enables Dapr to support all existing and future programming languages without requiring you to import frameworks or libraries.
Dapr offers built-in state management, reliable messaging (at least once delivery), triggers and bindings through standard HTTP verbs or gRPC interfaces. This allows you to write stateless, stateful and actor-like services following the same programming paradigm. You can freely choose consistency model, threading model and message delivery patterns.
Dapr runs natively on Kubernetes, as a self hosted binary on your machine, on an IoT device, or as a container that can be injected into any system, in the cloud or on-premises.
Dapr uses pluggable component state stores and message buses such as Redis as well as gRPC to offer a wide range of communication methods, including direct dapr-to-dapr using gRPC and async Pub-Sub with guaranteed delivery and at-least-once semantics.
Writing highly performant, scalable and reliable distributed application is hard. Dapr brings proven patterns and practices to you. It unifies event-driven and actors semantics into a simple, consistent programming model. It supports all programming languages without framework lock-in. You are not exposed to low-level primitives such as threading, concurrency control, partitioning and scaling. Instead, you can write your code by implementing a simple web server using familiar web frameworks of your choice.
Dapr is flexible in threading and state consistency models. You can leverage multi-threading if you choose to, and you can choose among different consistency models. This flexibility enables you to implement advanced scenarios without artificial constraints. Dapr is unique because you can transition seamlessly between platforms and underlying implementations without rewriting your code.
See our Getting Started guide over in our docs.
We want your contributions and suggestions! One of the easiest ways to contribute is to participate in discussions on the mailing list, chat on IM or the bi-weekly community calls. For more information on the community engagement, developer and contributing guidelines and more, head over to the Dapr community repo.
Reach out with any questions you may have and we'll make sure to answer them as soon as possible!
|💬 Instant Message Chat (preferred)|
|📧 Mailing List||https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/dapr-dev|
Every two weeks we host a community call to showcase new features, review upcoming milestones, and engage in a Q&A. All are welcome!
📞 Visit https://aka.ms/dapr-community-call for upcoming dates and the meeting link.
We have a variety of keynotes, podcasts, and presentations available to reference and learn from.
📺 Visit https://docs.dapr.io/contributing/presentations/ for previous talks and slide decks.
See the Development Guide to get started with building and developing.
|Dapr||The main repository that you are currently in. Contains the Dapr runtime code and overview documentation.|
|CLI||The Dapr CLI allows you to setup Dapr on your local dev machine or on a Kubernetes cluster, provides debugging support, launches and manages Dapr instances.|
|Docs||The documentation for Dapr.|
|Quickstarts||This repository contains a series of simple code samples that highlight the main Dapr capabilities.|
|Samples||This repository holds community maintained samples for various Dapr use cases.|
|Components-contrib||The purpose of components contrib is to provide open, community driven reusable components for building distributed applications.|
|Dashboard||General purpose dashboard for Dapr|
|Go-sdk||Dapr SDK for Go|
|Java-sdk||Dapr SDK for Java|
|Python-sdk||Dapr SDK for Python|
|Dotnet-sdk||Dapr SDK for .NET|
|Rust-sdk||Dapr SDK for Rust|
|Cpp-sdk||Dapr SDK for C++|
|PHP-sdk||Dapr SDK for PHP|
Please refer to our Dapr Community Code of Conduct