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mikhailshilkov opened this Issue Mar 14, 2019 · 4 comments

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mikhailshilkov commented Mar 14, 2019

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JRiggenbach commented Mar 16, 2019

Nice way to visualize the startup times. The way you deploy your application, especially when it comes to node functions, can greatly increase increase your cold startup times. How were each of these applications deployed?

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johnz commented Mar 16, 2019

Are you using windows or Linux instance for Azure test, can it make any difference?

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mikhailshilkov commented Mar 16, 2019

@JRiggenbach On Azure I deploy with "Run from Package" with a local zip file, that's currently the recommended way from the team.
AWS and GCP are deployed with a zip sitting in S3/Cloud Storage, both controlled from Pulumi.
Which deployment options are you referring to as greatly increasing the startup time? Any links?

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mikhailshilkov commented Mar 16, 2019

@johnz Azure test is on Windows. Currently, only python runs on Linux on Consumption plan, and that's still in preview. You can check the comparison in Azure Functions on Linux.

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