When your streaming apps need more scale, and faster time to production.
Memphis.dev is an intelligent, frictionless message broker that enables ultra-fast development and 46x more efficiency than legacy message brokers.
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Memphis's key building blocks are developer experience, ease of use, and all the needed observability for ultra-fast development.
What used to take three months in Kafka takes three minutes with Memphis. And with 90% fewer costs in the process.
All that time you spend scaling, managing, and maintaining Kafka is better spent building your actual product. Memphis frees you to do just that.
Fits perfectly for microservices architecture and cloud-native environments.
Memphis gives you all the benefits of a traditional message broker minus all the deployment and operational overhead.
Async communication between microservices = use Memphis.
I didn't realize working with a message broker could be pleasant until I came across Memphis.
The user experience and management tools allow different data stakeholders to collaborate over the pipelines.
Message brokers are the core of the modern organization. Finally, I enjoy working with one.
It helped me build microservices-based data pipelines.
Less troubleshooting time. At least 50% of my time got back to me.
I used NATS before when I try to implement event-driven side projects but Memphis made it better because of the dashboard UI and it really helped me debug the flow of my messages that were sent.
Easy to install and run, very fast, an excellent alternative to Kafka.
While high latency leads to more computing and expenses, we often overlook the hefty price tag of transferring data, especially between services. In this article, you will learn how to reduce data traffic by choosing JSON or Protobuf.
When: July 13th
Who: RJ Nowling, Developer Advocate at Memphis.dev
What: By introducing the CDC pattern, and reviewing its applications you'll learn how to build a functional CDC pipeline using PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Debezium, & Memphis.dev.