deepstreamHub Enterprise Server

deepstream enterprise is a high performance server that combines a realtime datastore with Request/Response and Publish/Subscribe features.It is designed to work with almost any stack and comes with a rich ecosystem of connectors for enterprise level databases, caches and SSO providers. It adjusts to countless environments and can easily be integrated with inhouse systems.In contrast to the monolithic servers of the past, deepstream enterprise is created as a swarm of fast and nimble nodes that can be started, stopped and scaled in seconds resulting in high availability and instant failover.... Read more


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    Latest Version

    [3.2.0] - 2017.10.13 (Other available versions)


    Operating System

    Linux/Unix, Amazon Linux amazonlinux


    Delivery Method

    64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)



    AWS Services Required

    Amazon EC2


    Highlights

    • Realtime datastore
    • Extremely low latency
    • Millions of concurrent realtime users

    Product Description

    deepstream enterprise is a high performance server that combines a realtime datastore with Request/Response and Publish/Subscribe features.

    It is designed to work with almost any stack and comes with a rich ecosystem of connectors for enterprise level databases, caches and SSO providers. It adjusts to countless environments and can easily be integrated with inhouse systems.

    In contrast to the monolithic servers of the past, deepstream enterprise is created as a swarm of fast and nimble nodes that can be started, stopped and scaled in seconds resulting in high availability and instant failover. It's open source core and active community prevents vendor lock in and reduces risk of adoption.

    Deepstream Enterprise comes with our monitoring-server built in the AMI.

    What is it?

    deepstream monitoring is a solution for deepstream server clusters. It enables administrators to gain detailed insights into cluster health, user behaviour, system stats, errors and resource consumption as well as allows to drill down all the way to subscribed records, events and connected users.

    Product Details

    • Version: [3.2.0] - 2017.10.13
    • Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 08/15/2017

    Annual Subscription Details

    Annual software subscription requires one time up front payment with no ongoing charges, and covers all software fees for the selected instance type. Hourly AWS infrastructure usage fees still apply. Learn more about annual subscriptions

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    Usage Instructions

    When a new AMI is deployed, deepstream-enterprise is launched automatically, using in-process memory for data-sync. You can immediately connect clients using port 6020 for websocket connections and 8080 for HTTP.In order to add further functionality to the server, ssh into the instance using the 'ec2-user' account. You can immediately use the deepstream service CLI, for more details run 'deepstream -h'. The default configuration file location for deepstream-enterprise is found at `/etc/deepstream/config.yml`, any changes to this file will require you to run `deepstream service restart` to allow them to take place.We recommend running against ElastiCache Redis due to ease of setup and management. Once you have a redis node, you can connect to it by uncommenting the cache plugin within `/etc/deepstream/config.yml` and replace ${REDIS_HOST} with your redis hostname.By default the clustering module will run on port 9089, if part of an autoscaling group deepstream-enterprise will try to find other instances in the auto scaling group and form a cluster with them. More information on this can be found in the file `/home/ec2-user/deepstream-enterprise-readme.md`.Please refer to https://deepstreamhub.com/open-source/ for cache and database connectors, and https://deepstreamhub.com/docs/server/configuration/ ...

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    deepstreamHub Enterprise Server

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    support@deepstreamhub.com / +49 30 2000 5761

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