StdLib serves as a Function-as-a-Service library and platform. The platform to turns functions into infinitely scalable, self-healing web services. It has three components: central registry for microservices, a distribution platform for hosting at scale, and development framework for package management and service creation. One can use StdLib to build SDKs, or modular, scalable web services for oneself and other developers in minutes without having to manage servers, gateways, domains, and write documentation.
|HQ||San Francisco, US|
|Size (employees)||4 (est)|
StdLib total Funding
StdLib latest funding size
Time since last funding
|a year ago|
|Liquid2 Ventures, Aston Motes, love and seed funding, BlueYard Capital, Nordic Makers, Danielle Morrill, Michael Dabrowski, Nordic Makers - Peace|
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When was StdLib founded?
StdLib was founded in 2016.
Who are StdLib key executives?
StdLib's key executives are Keith Horwood, Jacob Lee and Steve Meyer.
How many employees does StdLib have?
StdLib has 4 employees.
Who are StdLib competitors?
Competitors of StdLib include Aerospike, Couchbase and Kubernetes.
Where are StdLib offices?
StdLib has offices in San Francisco, New York and Toronto.
How many offices does StdLib have?
StdLib has 3 offices.