If you can write to a database and respond to HTTP requests, you can have a world class Data Streaming stack. Right now!Read How
Ambar works by pulling data from outbox tables (data sources) in your database. It then stores the data in distributed, redundant, durable, highly available, and performant message brokers. Next, it pushes the data to your http endpoints (data destinations) in order, in parallel, with smart error handling and user-defined filtering.
Fully Managed really means Fully Managed. Ambar hosts message brokers, background workers, producers, and consumers.
Partitioned, in order, exactly once, ACID compliant, secure data streaming.
If you know how to write to a database, and respond to an http request, you already know how to use Ambar.
Process data streams with your current language and framework, no matter what you're using.
All done with configuration. I.e., no workers, no logic in your application code.
Nearby connections from 30+ locations around the world. Incremental latencies under 50ms.
Scales Automatically. 99.999% Availability.
Redundant storage. 99.9999999% Durability.
Fight an endless battle with Kafka, RabbitMQ, SQS, connectors, exactly-once, ordering, partitioning, availability, producer tuning, monitoring, consumer tuning, durability, throughput, networking, auto-scaling, provisioning, rebalancing, unknown failure modes, and more.
Use Data Streaming wherever you need it, from micro-services to scheduling, without a PhD in distributed systems.
Get all the features and guarantees you dreamed of, with none of the hassle.
Ambar costs the same (or less) as the infrastructure it replaces!