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Akka is a toolkit for building highly concurrent, distributed, and resilient message-driven applications for Java and ScalaWhy Akka? Try Akka
Akka is the implementation of the Actor Model on the JVM.
Building on the principles of The Reactive Manifesto Akka allows you to write systems that self-heal and stay responsive in the face of failures.
Up to 50 million msg/sec on a single machine. Small memory footprint; ~2.5 million actors per GB of heap.
Distributed systems without single points of failure. Load balancing and adaptive routing across nodes. Event Sourcing and CQRS with Cluster Sharding. Distributed Data for eventual consistency using CRDTs.
Asynchronous non-blocking stream processing with backpressure. Fully async and streaming HTTP server and client provides a great platform for building microservices. Streaming integrations with Alpakka.
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How to use Cluster Sharding with Akka Typed was shown in previous post. Sharding is typically used with persistent actors so in this post we will introduce the new APIs...
In previous post we looked at the the Cluster and Receptionist for Akka Typed. In this post you will be introduced to the new typed APIs for Distributed Data, Cluster...
Akka Typed has taken a big step forward. It’s now possible to use Akka Typed with Akka Cluster, Distributed Data, Cluster Sharding, Cluster Singleton, and Persistence. We have developed new...
We are happy to announce a new patch release of Akka 2.5