Alternative products to LastBackend

7 alternative and related products to LastBackend

Lightweight Kubernetes replacement

LastBackend is a whole ecosystem of products and it allows, not only to manage containers similarly to Kubernetes but also collect their images on github/bitbucket/gitlab from the source code. It also contains a whole complex of infrastructural services designed to speed up developing, testing and deploying releases.

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Tejas Kinger
A great BaaS platform to build and deploy apps really fast.
Rajoshi Ghosh
Instant Data & Auth APIs over Postgres. Hence, you get most of the backend of your app out-of-the-box.
Tanmai Gopal
Hasura is a BaaS + PaaS. You get instant backend APIs for data, auth & file storage. Sometimes, the APIs given by a BaaS solution aren't enough. Then you can also deploy your own custom code with just a "git push". Backend code can be written in any language/framework (including Swift, Java8 etc. too!). Disclaimer: I work at Hasura :)
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While we had originally envisaged Hasura being used for mobile/web apps, we have even had an IoT deployment using Hasura as the backend - this was quite a pleasant surprise! Of course, we shouldn't have been, given that conceptually, server-side code is server-side side code.
7 Alternatives to Hasura Kubernetes Platform

Kubeless is built on top of Kubernetes from scratch and is making use of the core Kubernetes primitives (e.g. deployments, services, confimaps, ingress) to avoid re-inventing the wheel. In addition, Kubeless makes use of Prometheus for monitoring functions calls, which is built directly into the runtimes.

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One of the primary goals of the serverless framework is to provide a platform-agnostic cloud experience for developers. We want it to be easy for people to write code once and have the freedom to choose where that code runs.
8 Alternatives to Kubeless

Gitkube is tool for building and deploying docker images on Kubernetes using git push.

After a simple initial setup, users can simply keep git push-ing their repos to build and deploy docker images to Kubernetes automatically. It can be configured to update any k8s deployment with a newly built image using dockerfile present in the repo.

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