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PREMIUM IT-DEVELOPMENT MANAGED SERVICES IN VIETNAM

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Founded in 2013 in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, fram^ is a tech consulting and development company with currently >130 employees and 4 offices in Ho Chi Minh, Da Nang, Colombo and Stockholm.   Listed on Nasdaq First North: FRAM B since 2017, fram^ has been...
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PREMIUM IT-DEVELOPMENT MANAGED SERVICES IN VIETNAM
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We work under one big vision that is to help clients in everything step they are in from concept to completion. Our end-to-end digital managed services include Tech Consulting, Digital Consulting, Custom Software Development, Web App Development, Mobile App Development, IT Managed Services and DevOps Services.

The 4 flexible models of engagement we work across all of our services are: Managed Services, Dedicated (Standing) Team, Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) and Fixed & Flexible Projects. 

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Many assume “serverless” means there is no server, which is entirely wrong. In the tech world, the serverless architecture means, the users no longer have to worry about servers, and someone else (the cloud provider) is taking care of all that for the user. It means fewer servers and more functions.The serverless concept has two modes of operation,It is used for the applications that significantly or fully depend on 3rd party applications services in the cloud to manage server-side logic and stateIt is used for the applications where some amount of server-side logic is still written by the developer but unlike traditional architectures, it is run in stateless compute containers that are event-triggered.Whether your app is a blockchain-oriented or built on microservice infrastructure, serverless is rapidly molding its platform to fit the current trend.  Here are a few frameworks that are quite popular among app developers that align with the latest trend and do the heavy lifting of app development.Best frameworks for a serverless app 1) AmplifyAmplify framework is an open-source project for developing cloud-enabled mobile and web applications, consisting of libraries, UI components, and an interactive CLI toolchain.  It also works well with your favorite JavaScript frameworks, including React Native, which is used to build modern apps. With their newer version, the developers can easily add the authentication components to their app using the React, Vue, and Angular bindings that include full TypeScript support.2) Claudia.js It becomes easy with Claudia to deploy Node.js projects to AWS Lambda and API Gateway. It automates all the error-based deployment and configuration tasks and sets everything up the way. JavaScript developers expect out of the box.3) UPUP is a framework that allows you to deploy serverless applications with infinite scalability potential. One can use UP to deploy static websites, APIs, and more. UP supports traditional HTTP server instances, so you don’t have to learn new protocols. Instead, one can use a favorite framework like Django or Express to get yourself started.4) JetsJets Ruby serverless framework. It includes everything that is required to build and deploy applications to AWS Lambda.  The framework includes all the necessary tools to help you generate API structures and deploy them to Lambda.  The framework converts your existing application code into functions for Lambda and other AWS services. One can skip things like deployment and provisioning to spend more time writing functional code.5) Serverless “Serverless” framework is an open-source project and preferred choice for many Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers who want to quickly construct and deploy serverless applications using services like AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway.  The framework uses new event-driven computing services, like AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, and more.6) SigmaSigma allows drag-n-drop serverless components, service, and function right into your code, and once it is done, Sigma take care of the configuration and integration.  The IDE runs entirely from within the browser, and for most of its functions, it does not require back-end service. 7) SnipcartSnipcart gives you simple “add to cart” HTML buttons & a customizable JavaScript shopping cart. It is an eCommerce solution for people with smaller needs. It is flexible enough to use on most eCommerce projects.  8) SqueezerA payment system through blockchain, a voting platform, frictionless login, and many such features make the Squeezer a perfect solution for building scalable dapp. It can also integrate them into existing business infrastructures. You can use Squeezer with your favorite platforms, such as AWS, Google, and Azure.  It is the first framework to combine the robust nature of microservices with blockchain technology.9) RiffThe developer always chooses the software developing solution that aligns with the latest trend and technologies. "Riff" is one of them. It is a simple FaaS framework for Kubernetes developers.  The riff supports running containers using Knative serving.  It provides support for HTTP routing using Istio ingress, revisions, and autoscaling. The framework is equipped with the necessary tools to get your Knative instance up and running within a Kubernetes cluster.10) PulumiPulumi is an open-source tool for creating, deploying and managing cloud infrastructure. Pulumi also works with traditional infrastructures like VMs, databases, and networks. Besides that, it also works well with modern architectures, including containers, Kubernetes clusters, and serverless functions. Pulumi supports dozens of private, public, and hybrid cloud service providers.
Many assume “serverless” means there is no server, which is entirely wrong. In the tech world, the serverless architecture means, the users no longer have to worry about servers, and someone else (the cloud provider) is taking care of all that for the user. It means fewer servers and more functions.The serverless concept has two modes of operation,It is used for the applications that significantly or fully depend on 3rd party applications services in the cloud to manage server-side logic and stateIt is used for the applications where some amount of server-side logic is still written by the developer but unlike traditional architectures, it is run in stateless compute containers that are event-triggered.Whether your app is a blockchain-oriented or built on microservice infrastructure, serverless is rapidly molding its platform to fit the current trend.  Here are a few frameworks that are quite popular among app developers that align with the latest trend and do the heavy lifting of app development.Best frameworks for a serverless app 1) AmplifyAmplify framework is an open-source project for developing cloud-enabled mobile and web applications, consisting of libraries, UI components, and an interactive CLI toolchain.  It also works well with your favorite JavaScript frameworks, including React Native, which is used to build modern apps. With their newer version, the developers can easily add the authentication components to their app using the React, Vue, and Angular bindings that include full TypeScript support.2) Claudia.js It becomes easy with Claudia to deploy Node.js projects to AWS Lambda and API Gateway. It automates all the error-based deployment and configuration tasks and sets everything up the way. JavaScript developers expect out of the box.3) UPUP is a framework that allows you to deploy serverless applications with infinite scalability potential. One can use UP to deploy static websites, APIs, and more. UP supports traditional HTTP server instances, so you don’t have to learn new protocols. Instead, one can use a favorite framework like Django or Express to get yourself started.4) JetsJets Ruby serverless framework. It includes everything that is required to build and deploy applications to AWS Lambda.  The framework includes all the necessary tools to help you generate API structures and deploy them to Lambda.  The framework converts your existing application code into functions for Lambda and other AWS services. One can skip things like deployment and provisioning to spend more time writing functional code.5) Serverless “Serverless” framework is an open-source project and preferred choice for many Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers who want to quickly construct and deploy serverless applications using services like AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway.  The framework uses new event-driven computing services, like AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, and more.6) SigmaSigma allows drag-n-drop serverless components, service, and function right into your code, and once it is done, Sigma take care of the configuration and integration.  The IDE runs entirely from within the browser, and for most of its functions, it does not require back-end service. 7) SnipcartSnipcart gives you simple “add to cart” HTML buttons & a customizable JavaScript shopping cart. It is an eCommerce solution for people with smaller needs. It is flexible enough to use on most eCommerce projects.  8) SqueezerA payment system through blockchain, a voting platform, frictionless login, and many such features make the Squeezer a perfect solution for building scalable dapp. It can also integrate them into existing business infrastructures. You can use Squeezer with your favorite platforms, such as AWS, Google, and Azure.  It is the first framework to combine the robust nature of microservices with blockchain technology.9) RiffThe developer always chooses the software developing solution that aligns with the latest trend and technologies. "Riff" is one of them. It is a simple FaaS framework for Kubernetes developers.  The riff supports running containers using Knative serving.  It provides support for HTTP routing using Istio ingress, revisions, and autoscaling. The framework is equipped with the necessary tools to get your Knative instance up and running within a Kubernetes cluster.10) PulumiPulumi is an open-source tool for creating, deploying and managing cloud infrastructure. Pulumi also works with traditional infrastructures like VMs, databases, and networks. Besides that, it also works well with modern architectures, including containers, Kubernetes clusters, and serverless functions. Pulumi supports dozens of private, public, and hybrid cloud service providers.

Many assume “serverless” means there is no server, which is entirely wrong. In the tech world, the serverless architecture means, the users no longer have to worry about servers, and someone else (the cloud provider) is taking care of all that for the user. It means fewer servers and more functions.

The serverless concept has two modes of operation,

  1. It is used for the applications that significantly or fully depend on 3rd party applications services in the cloud to manage server-side logic and state
  2. It is used for the applications where some amount of server-side logic is still written by the developer but unlike traditional architectures, it is run in stateless compute containers that are event-triggered.

Whether your app is a blockchain-oriented or built on microservice infrastructure, serverless is rapidly molding its platform to fit the current trend.  Here are a few frameworks that are quite popular among app developers that align with the latest trend and do the heavy lifting of app development.

Best frameworks for a serverless app

 

1) Amplify

Amplify framework is an open-source project for developing cloud-enabled mobile and web applications, consisting of libraries, UI components, and an interactive CLI toolchain.  It also works well with your favorite JavaScript frameworks, including React Native, which is used to build modern apps. With their newer version, the developers can easily add the authentication components to their app using the React, Vue, and Angular bindings that include full TypeScript support.

2) Claudia.js 

It becomes easy with Claudia to deploy Node.js projects to AWS Lambda and API Gateway. It automates all the error-based deployment and configuration tasks and sets everything up the way. JavaScript developers expect out of the box.

3) UP

UP is a framework that allows you to deploy serverless applications with infinite scalability potential. One can use UP to deploy static websites, APIs, and more. UP supports traditional HTTP server instances, so you don’t have to learn new protocols. Instead, one can use a favorite framework like Django or Express to get yourself started.

4) Jets

Jets Ruby serverless framework. It includes everything that is required to build and deploy applications to AWS Lambda.  The framework includes all the necessary tools to help you generate API structures and deploy them to Lambda.  The framework converts your existing application code into functions for Lambda and other AWS services. One can skip things like deployment and provisioning to spend more time writing functional code.

5) Serverless 

“Serverless” framework is an open-source project and preferred choice for many Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers who want to quickly construct and deploy serverless applications using services like AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway.  The framework uses new event-driven computing services, like AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, and more.

6) Sigma

Sigma allows drag-n-drop serverless components, service, and function right into your code, and once it is done, Sigma take care of the configuration and integration.  The IDE runs entirely from within the browser, and for most of its functions, it does not require back-end service. 

7) Snipcart

Snipcart gives you simple “add to cart” HTML buttons & a customizable JavaScript shopping cart. It is an eCommerce solution for people with smaller needs. It is flexible enough to use on most eCommerce projects.  

8) Squeezer

A payment system through blockchain, a voting platform, frictionless login, and many such features make the Squeezer a perfect solution for building scalable dapp. It can also integrate them into existing business infrastructures. You can use Squeezer with your favorite platforms, such as AWS, Google, and Azure.  It is the first framework to combine the robust nature of microservices with blockchain technology.

9) Riff

The developer always chooses the software developing solution that aligns with the latest trend and technologies. "Riff" is one of them. It is a simple FaaS framework for Kubernetes developers.  The riff supports running containers using Knative serving.  It provides support for HTTP routing using Istio ingress, revisions, and autoscaling. The framework is equipped with the necessary tools to get your Knative instance up and running within a Kubernetes cluster.

10) Pulumi

Pulumi is an open-source tool for creating, deploying and managing cloud infrastructure. Pulumi also works with traditional infrastructures like VMs, databases, and networks. Besides that, it also works well with modern architectures, including containers, Kubernetes clusters, and serverless functions. Pulumi supports dozens of private, public, and hybrid cloud service providers.

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