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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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We are happy to announce the 2.5.21 patch release of Akka 2.5
While stream processing has become ubiquitous in the vocabulary of developers, the most important feature of such systems is often glossed over or not focused on nearly enough when introducing...
Supervision works differently in Akka Typed compared to the original actor implementation, in this excerpt from the course Programming Reactive Systems lecturer Roland Kuhn explains why. The actor model became...
Akka team and Scala Center create new online course on designing and implementing reactive systems using Scala and Akka. Set your watches and check your calendars: on Feb 18, 2019...