Developers of the  Deno JavaScript/TypeScript runtime  are offering a globally distributed virtual machine service that runs JavaScript, TypeScript, and Web Assembly at the edge. The goal is for Deno Deploy to become the best place to host modern server-side JavaScript.

Deno Deploy was released as a first beta on June 23, with a series of beta releases set to follow. General availability is planned for the fourth quarter of 2021. A multitenant JavaScript engine running in 25 data centres worldwide, from Taiwan to Montreal, Los Angeles, and London, Deno Deploy integrates cloud infrastructure with the Google V8 virtual machine, allowing developers to develop locally and deploy globally.

Built on the same systems as Deno CLI, Deno Deploy is free for developers to use during Beta 1, with users able to sign up to use it via GitHub. During the past eight months, Deno’s developers have been designing the hosted service to supplement workflows with the open source Deno CLI.

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