Memphis enables building modern queue-based applications that require large volumes of streamed and enriched data, modern protocols, zero ops, up to x9 faster development,up to x46 fewer costs , and significantly lower dev time for data-oriented developers and data engineers.

🫣 A world without Memphis

When your application requires a message broker or a queue,

Implementing one will require you to -

  • Build a dead-letter queue, create observability, and a retry mechanism
  • Build a scalable environment
  • Create client wrappers
  • Tag events to achieve multi-tenancy
  • Enforce schemas and handle transformations
  • Handle back pressure. Client or queue side
  • Configure monitoring and real-time alerts
  • Create a cloud-agnostic implementation
  • Create config alignment between production to a dev environment
  • Spent weeks and months learning the internals through archival documentation, ebooks, and courses
  • Onboard your developers

And the list continues…

Or, you can just use Memphis and focus your resources on tasks that matter 😎

✨ Key Features v1.4.0

20 Production-ready message broker in under 3 minutes

20 Easy-to-use UI, CLI, and SDKs

20 Data-level observability

20 Dead-Letter Queue with automatic message retransmit

20 Schemaverse - Embedded schema management for produced data (Protobuf/JSON/GraphQL/Avro)

20 Graph visualization

20 Storage tiering

20 SDKs: Node.JS, Go, Python, Typescript, NestJS, REST, .NET, Kotlin

20 Kubernetes-native

20 Community driven

Creating an App using the Control Panel

Click the Deploy to DigitalOcean button to install a Kubernetes 1-Click Application. If you aren’t logged in, this link will prompt you to log in with your DigitalOcean account.

Deploy to DO

Creating an App using the API

In addition to creating Memphis using the control panel, you can also use the DigitalOcean API. As an example, to create a 3 node DigitalOcean Kubernetes cluster made up of Basic Droplets in the SFO2 region, you can use the following doctl command. You need to authenticate with doctl with your API access token) and replace the $CLUSTER_NAME variable with the chosen name for your cluster in the command below.

doctl kubernetes clusters create --size s-4vcpu-8gb $CLUSTER_NAME --1-clicks memphis

Getting Started After Deploying Memphis

First Login

Tutorial: Hello World App