Serverless functions running on DBOS benefit from built-in statefulness, orchestration, durability, and time-travel debugging. Less code, no separate workflow tooling required.
Cloud-native DBOS replaces 35-year-old Linux and simplifies deployment by eliminating the need for containers, orchestration, and observability tooling. Fewer moving parts and lower cloud costs.
DBOS minimizes infrastructure surface area, and therefore its vulnerabilities. Its unique approach to system state allows for nearly instantaneous cyberattack detection, blockage, and rollback.
DBOS is a revolutionary system software stack rooted in research from MIT and Stanford.
The DBOS cloud platform runs OS services on top of the DBMS instead of the other way around. This "upside-down" approach is intrinsically simple, resilient, and secure because it leverages the robustness and scalability of modern databases.
Build applications using a TypeScript framework built on the database that helps you develop applications that are reliable by default. You can try out DBOS today, then serverlessly deploy your applications to the DBOS Cloud with the push of a button when it launches in early 2024.
Using the DBOS Time-Travel Debugger, you can “rewind time” to replay any scenario that occurred in a DBOS application for faster issue resolution.
By simplifying the cloud native stack, DBOS greatly reduces the attack surface of cloud applications. On top of that, DBOS enables self-detection of cyberattacks within seconds and can restore itself to a pre-attack state in minutes.