From Whatsapp’s messaging to Uber’s geo-tracking to collaboration in Google docs: modern apps share data the second it becomes available. But the infrastructure required to do so is hard to build, harder to scale and a nightmare to keep in sync.
This is where deepstreamHub comes in. It combines the power of a document oriented datastore with the speed of high performance message brokers. This creates a unique and scalable high performance platform that caters for a wide array of usecases and technologies:
deepstream originated from realtime trading middleware that investment banks use to stream prices, chart data and execution orders from and to end customers. It now caters for usecases as challenging as low latency finance, mobile multiplayer gaming or the industrial IoT.
You can find a detailed answer on our comparison page - but in a nutshell, deepstream isn’t just a messaging platform (although it is that too), it’s an extremely fast realtime document storage and synchronization network.
As computer scientists will agree, distributed stateful systems that work in the real world are one of the hardest problems to get right. We combine decades of experience in some of the toughest environments with realtime usecases (Financial Trading, Multiplayer Gaming etc.), have spent years developing deepstream together with a hundred head strong community - and are still surprised by just how much there is to learn.
We hope so. It’s true that deepstream is comparatively young. While companies like realtime.co have have been around for more than 20 years we’ve only existed since 2015 - but that hasn’t stopped some of the largest corporations to not only trust us, but integrate us as the very heart of their stack. And there are good reasons for that:
In fact, we are so confident in our platform that we offer a 100% uptime guarantee. Should deepstreamHub ever be down, we’ll pay your money back for every minute of unavailability. So far we’ve paid back a total of 0 - and there are good reasons for that: our highly redundant setup replicates data seamlessly across multiple nodes. Instead of traditional loadbalancing we use an A.I. based, self improving routing and endpoint allocation engine. As soon as a client disconnects it is rerouted to the optimal endpoint within split seconds (btw, we call this system Orchestrator and it is available for on-premise use as part of our enterprise offering).
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