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Whew! After a major effort to stabilize our new gWASM execution environment, we’re finally ready to announce its launch to mainnet! From now on, whether you’re a requestor ready to deploy your distributed computations on our new platform, or a provider wishing to share computing power in exchange for crypto - you are all welcome to try the new Brass Golem Beta 0.21.0 with gWASM enabled on mainnet!
In case you haven’t kept up with developments around gWASM you should have a look at our gWASM blogpost where we first introduced this meta use-case to you in July. If you prefer to skip the words and get your hands dirty and you’re interested in developing your own apps to run on gWASM, please have a look at our gWASM primer and introduction for developers:
Now that everybody can use gWASM in Brass Golem mainnet, we’d like to use this occasion to further advertise other related updates to the Golem ecosystem that have not hit production yet but which we’re expecting soon.
First of all, we’re developing a tool called the gwasm-runner which enables a hassle-free implementation and execution of new gWASM apps using an extremely minimalistic API, implementing a simple map/reduce model. GWasm runner will eventually be capable of using one of the three back-ends - the local one (for development purposes), Golem Unlimited and, most importantly Golem Brass.
Secondly, we’ve added gWASM support to Golem Unlimited which will allow organizations to run their computational loads on Golem Unlimited clusters and, once Golem Unlimited is finally released, to deploy Golem Unlimited clusters as large Golem Network provider nodes able to run gWASM payloads.
IMPORTANT!!!!! We’ll be showcasing the gwasm-runner, its API and the its Golem Unlimited integration during our workshop on the upcoming DeVcon ...
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