Elevate your development with event sourcing and reactive programming
Unlock the power of event sourcing and reactive programming with our innovative tool, designed to simplify and streamline your development process. Experience the ease of building scalable and resilient applications, leveraging event-driven architecture and real-time data processing. Say goodbye to complex workflows and embrace a more efficient and intuitive programming paradigm. Discover how our tool empowers you to drive innovation and deliver exceptional results in record time
To navigate business complexity and facilitate timely decisions, modernizing legacy software and adopting new coding practices is crucial. With the increasing volume of real-time data generated from various sources like sensors, mobile devices, social media, and online transactions, it is essential to leverage a tool for working with real-time data and handling asynchronous logic scenarios. By adopting such a tool, you can effectively manipulate events, build robust business logic, and excel in distributed environments like microservices architectures. Scaling your solutions becomes effortless, enabling you to meet evolving demands with ease.
KRules in hybrid infrastructure SRE offer enhanced fault tolerance, scalability, and observability. With event sourcing, you can capture and store every event, enabling analysis of past behaviors and informed decision-making. State reactivity ensures real-time monitoring and automatic responses to changes, optimizing system performance and availability. These approaches empower SRE teams to efficiently manage complex hybrid environments and deliver reliable services.
KRules bring significant value to complex application ecosystems by seamlessly integrating diverse components and systems. They enable comprehensive analysis, real-time responsiveness, and intelligent automation, acting as a "magic glue" that adds specific business value. With event sourcing, organizations can capture and track data changes, while state reactivity ensures automatic triggers and coordination. This combination optimizes operations, unlocks new revenue streams, and drives competitive advantage.
Mobile, IoT and Edge
KRules add value to mobile apps, IoT, and edge computing by enabling real-time event capture, processing, and immediate system reactions. This empowers organizations to deliver responsive experiences, monitor and control IoT devices in real-time, and interact with data processing at the edge. The result is enhanced user experiences, operational efficiency, and valuable data-driven insights.
01. Full Event History
Event sourcing allows you to capture and store a complete history of all events that have occurred in your system. This gives you a comprehensive audit trail and the ability to recreate the state of your application at any point in time.
02. Causal Consistency
With event sourcing, your application's state is derived by applying events in sequence, ensuring causal consistency. This means that your application's state is always a result of the events that have occurred, providing a reliable and accurate representation of the system
03. Flexible Data Analysis
Event sourcing enables powerful data analysis capabilities. By storing events as the source of truth, you can easily perform complex queries, analyze patterns, and gain insights into your system's behavior and performance over time. This flexibility opens up possibilities for advanced analytics and decision-making based on historical data.
Reactive Properties Store
The reactive properties store is a centralized mechanism for storing and managing state properties that require observation for changes. It maintains a registry of properties and their current values
Modules interested in specific state property changes can register themselves as observers with the reactive properties store. They specify the properties they want to observe and provide callback functions to be executed when changes occur
Updating Property Values
Reactive properties store updates and notifies registered observers of property changes, triggering callback functions with updated property values for timely reactions