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An experimental and lightweight JavaScript runtime (By AWS)
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What is LLRT?

LLRT (Low Latency Runtime) is a lightweight JavaScript runtime designed to address the growing demand for fast and efficient Serverless applications. It offers up to over 10x faster startup and up to 2x overall lower cost compared to other JavaScript runtimes running on AWS Lambda.
LLRT is a tool in the Language Runtimes category of a tech stack.
LLRT is an open source tool with 7.6K GitHub stars and 338 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to LLRT's open source repository on GitHub

LLRT's Features

  • Lightweight and low latency runtime
  • Designed for fast and efficient Serverless applications
  • Offers up to over 10x faster startup and up to 2x overall lower cost
  • Built in Rust, utilizing QuickJS as JavaScript engine

LLRT Alternatives & Comparisons

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