Resilient technology stack
V8 engine, non-blocking input/output, asynchronous request handling, and event-based model.
Quick processing and event-based model
Scalable for microservices
Node.js for microservices architecture is a top-hole choice when creating and deploying microservices solutions.
Impressive corporate contributions
The number of organizations using Node.js in production is constantly growing: Walmart, PayPal, Medium, Trello, Uber, Zendesk, NASA, eBay, LinkedIn, Netflix, GoDaddy, Yahoo, Yandex, Groupon, Mozilla… What giant do you think will be the next?
Smooth JSON support
Here below, you can see all benefits in top-5 opensource NodeJS Gateways for API management. Let’s implement them in 2020! Sounds good? ;)
Summary: Deploy Node.js projects to AWS Lambda and API Gateway easily
Summary: Run serverless applications and REST APIs using your existing Node.js application framework, on top of AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway. The sample provided allows you to easily build serverless web applications/services and RESTful APIs using the Express framework.
Benefits: pay for what you use, no infrastructure to manage, autoscaling with no configuration needed, usage plans, caching, authorization, staging, SDK generation, API Monitoring, request validation, documentation.
Summary: Less code, safer API.
More details: Yap created by Young App is the lightweight microservices API gateway that shines at the heart of any microservices or serverless architecture, which aims to be a smaller, more expressive, and more robust foundation for API management and automation workflows with low-code approach and security. Without API management, Young App uses Express, Koa or Hapi on Nodejs without security handler, and all other NodeJS frameworks are based on HTTP module, Yap is different, designed only for serverless functions (event-driven). Yap combines the enterprise-grade API management and workflow automation platform and ease of use expected from client cloud-based apps.
Summary: Easily deploy any Node.js webserver to AWS Lambda.
More details: Scandium can deploy your Express, Koa or a similar app to Lambda, without any modifications to your code. Combined with AWS API Gateway you can have your current API running serverless in no time. Scandium requires Node.js, Docker, and a working AWS config w/ credentials. By default, Scandium will set up an API Gateway that simply forwards all requests to the Lambda function.
Features: simplifies writing Lambda handlers, automatically verifies event types, powerful input validation, works with serverless, JSON Web Token (JWT) verification and validation, JWK support for retrieving keys at startup, automatic loading of environment variables from SSM Parameter Store, cross-site Request Forgery (XSRF) detection when using JWT, SQL Injection (SQLi) detection, and protection, Lambda Proxy Resource support for AWS API Gateway, handler initialization for allocating resources, post-handler execution to allow deallocation of resources, forces values into correct types, handles uncaught exceptions, promise support, automatically trimmed strings for input event data, low startup overhead, AWS Lambda Node.js 12.x.