Now that Akka.NET is leaving beta and hitting the 1.0 milestone, we’ve seen interest and production usage ramp up quickly.
The Last Few Months
Over the last two months, we’ve been working with several cutting-edge teams to help them rearchitect and build out new systems for use cases as diverse as citywide Internet of Things (IoT) monitoring, rearchitecting to microservices, and converting their ETL pipelines from batch to realtime.
During that time, we got a little busy and forgot to announce this, so let’s fix that: Petabridge is now officially available for consulting, training, and support!
How We Can Help You
Get your Akka.NET projects out the door faster by getting some help from the people who work on it.
Whether you’re looking to rearchitect your system to use microservices, migrate from hacky batch processing to responsive + streaming ETL, or you want to build out scalable new capabilities from scratch, we can help you get there faster. We also have a special offering for combining Akka.NET with Cassandra.
Want to learn how Akka.Cluster and Akka.Persistence can help you build high availability systems easily? And how to integrate them with other technologies your company currently uses like ASP.NET, SignalR, NServiceBus, or Windows Azure?
Well, we do that!
Get fast resolutions to your issues with Akka.NET applications from members of the core engineering team.
In short, we can help you create the new system you’ve envisioned, train your team, and/or help you through whatever bugs come up in your system, saving you tens of thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours of aggravation.
Let’s start a conversation about helping you reach your goals with Akka.NET: please send us an email at [email protected]. Or, simply reply to this email and we’ll get right back to you.If you liked this post, you can share it with your followers or follow us on Twitter!
Upcoming Petabridge Live Akka.NET Webinar Trainings
Get up to speed on the leading edge of large-scale .NET development with the Petabridge team. Each training is done remotely via webinar, lasts four hours, and will save you weeks of trial and error.