Fluence provides an open Web3 protocol, framework and tooling to develop and host applications, interfaces and backends on permissionless peer-to-peer networks.
The Fluence Web3 stack enables
programmable network requests
distributed applications from composition without centralization
communication, access and transactional security as first class citizens
extensibility through adapter/wrapper services
efficiencies and improved time to market arising from the reuse of deployed services and significantly reduced devops requirements
by decoupling business logic from composition, security from business logic and resource management from infrastructure.
An integral component of the Fluence solution is the Aquamarine stack comprised of Aqua and Marine. Aqua is a programming language and runtime environment for peer-to-peer workflows. Marine, on the other hand, is a general purpose runtime and associated tooling for multi-module Wasm applications with WASI support and a shared-nothing linking scheme. That is, Marine runs hosted code on nodes and Aqua facilitates the programming of workflows composed from hosted code. In combination, Aqua and Marine enable any distributed application.
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Documentation is work in progress and your feedback is extremely valuable and much appreciated. If you have suggestions or unearth errors or inaccuracies, please open an Issue or push a PR.
Thank You and Enjoy,
The Fluence Team