Event stream processing, allows some applications to more easily make use of parallel processing
A system of computers communicating via messages over a network so as to cooperate on a task or tasks.
Combining the benefits of event streaming and distributed programming in one unified programming model.
C# is a programming language developed and launched by Microsoft in 2001. C# is a simple, modern, and object-oriented language.
Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
Kotlin has both object-oriented and functional constructs. You can use it in both OO and FP styles, or mix elements of the two.
AI text extraction and parsing from standard document formats, a powerful tool for making automated business decisions, e.g. automated sales or work orders.
Enterprise scale document and file conversion, create image previews or convert incoming documents to standardized formats.
AI CV parsing from arbitrary documents, automate workforce skill and experience matching through proven 3rd party providers.
Cross-platform actors for .NET, Go, Java and Kotlin
The Actor Model provides a higher level of abstraction for writing concurrent and distributed systems. It alleviates the developer from having to deal with explicit locking and thread management, making it easier to write correct concurrent and parallel systems.Read More
Everything in Proto.Actor is designed to work in a distributed setting: all interactions of actors use purely message passing and everything is asynchronous.Read More
Virtual Actor abstraction, which provides a straightforward approach to building distributed interactive applications, without the need to learn complex programming patterns for handling concurrency, fault tolerance, and resource management.Read More
Actors form a so called supervision-tree, where parent actors can supervise and manage the child actors they spawn.Read More