Axual

Event streaming made simple

Axual is a Dutch software organization founded in 2015 by Jeroen van Disseldorp and is located in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Axual offers a complete event streaming platform that's complementary to Apache Kafka. Kafka’s leading technology is used by more than 80% of Fortune 100 companies. Axual's platform enables teams to get up and running with Kafka in no time. The platform offers unique self-service capabilities with which teams can easily set up and manage data streams through an intuitive user interface. Axual allows you to run your Kafka instance reliably where you need it - on-premise, in the cloud, or in a hybrid setup.

Customers include de Rabobank, de Volksbank, Logius, TenneT, Stedin, Bank Julius Bär, Enexis and more. Read more about Axual on our website.

Axual was founded in 2015 by Jeroen van Disseldorp. Axual is based in Utrecht, The Netherlands and has 50+ employees across Europe. Axual’s platform is complementary to Apache Kafka. Kafka’s leading technology is used by more than 80% of Fortune 100 companies. The Axual platform includes functionalities for real-time data streaming, data governance, audit trails, security and data synchronization, among others. Customers include de Rabobank, de Volksbank, Logius, GGD, Eneco, Stedin, TenneT and more. 

What is Axual?
Axual offers a complete event streaming platform that's complementary to Apache Kafka. Kafka’s leading technology is used by more than 80% of Fortune 100 companies. Axual's platform enables teams to get up and running with Kafka in no time. The platform offers unique self-service capabilities with which teams can easily set up and manage data streams through an intuitive user interface. Axual allows you to run your Kafka instance reliably where you need it - on-premise, in the cloud, or in a hybrid setup.

Use cases of real-time event streaming
  • Smart city
  • Digital twin
  • Application and data integration
  • Fraud & anomaly detection
  • Real-time stock trades
  • Real-time dashboarding
  • 360 degrees view of customer activity
  • Monitoring and reporting on internal IT systems
  • Real-time IoT and grid data

Real-life example of real-time event streaming
Some real-life examples of event streaming include use cases in every industry, including real-time stock trades, up-to-the-minute retail inventory management, social media feeds, multiplayer game interactions, and ride-sharing apps.

For example, when a passenger calls an Uber, real-time streams of data join together to create a seamless user experience. Through this data, the application pieces together real-time location tracking, traffic stats, pricing, and real-time traffic data to simultaneously match the rider with the best possible driver, calculate pricing, and estimate time to destination based on both real-time and historical data.

In this sense, streaming data is the first step for any data-driven organization, fueling big data ingestion, integration, and real-time analytics.

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