Macrometa's GDN is a fully managed, high performance, data and compute infrastructure service accessed via a serverless API. The GDN combines a low latency, globally distributed streaming NoSQL database, pub/sub, stream data processing with a function and container runtime. The GDN enables developers to build and run stateful data powered apps and API backends across a network of worldwide data centers with great simplicity and ease of use.
Macrometa's distributed data service responds with local latencies to read and update requests, while maintaining consistent views of fast data worldwide. Application builders use Macrometa to improve latency, achieve high volume data processing, move critical apps and web services closer to their customers, and exceed business requirements.
Adaptive Consistency: Build confidently with strong session consistency and distributed consistency across the network.
Concurrent Change Conflict Handling: Unlike eventually consistent databases, Macrometa manages changes at the atomic field level and merges changes made across the network to maintain a single version of the truth.
Conflict Free Replicated Data Types: Macrometa is a CRDT native data platform that exposes the power and versatility of CRDTs as a regular JSON database and API. Now anyone can build apps, APIs and web services that can store, replicate and update data in any of our 175 data centers with correctness guarantees and a simple programming model
Macrometa provides application developers and architects with an advanced serverless platform to build and run applications globally across 175 worldwide regions.
Unlike existing cloud platforms that require you to build your backend in one cloud region, Macrometa automatically distributes, orchestrates and synchronizes your code and data across a global network from your existing cloud database. Your user's application requests are always routed to the nearest edge and serviced instantly without delays or latency with synchronization to your primary data.
The hardest part of working with micro-services and databases is writing all the API interface glue code to get your services to talk to the database correctly.
Macrometa generates your REST API or GraphQL instantly by turning queries into serverless functions that run worldwide across our edge network. Just define your function as a query, save it, and it is now available as a REST API for your micro-services or application front ends to call.
To use Macrometa, you don't need to be an experienced distributed systems developer - you don’t have to know the intricacies of distributed data handling or even know the first thing about building multi-region applications.