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Macrometa and Moleculer JS Team Up to Offer Edge and Globally Distributed Apps to Javascript, Node.js, and Cloud Native Developers

MoleculerJS - a leading next generation open source Node.js microservice framework, has released native support for Macrometa's Global Data Network (GDN) as a distributed data store and cacheing service enabling developers to store, process, query and serve data from Macrometa's GDN globally via a network of 175 global cloud regions.

PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- As more enterprises embrace microservices, selecting a framework that is lightweight enough to deliver application performance while still including meaningful features can be a challenge to application architects.

Moleculer took a step forward recently, adding support for Macrometa's Global Data Network as a way to store entities in a distributed database. Developers using the Moleculer framework will now be able to perform CRUD actions, parsing, event notifications and more in a globally distributed database rather than a standalone non-relational database.

"At MoleculerJS, our focus has been on creating the most advanced and easy to use microservice framework for Node.js. Providing out of the box support for Macrometa enables our users to build globally distributed microservices for new use cases in cloud native apps, content publishing, backend as a service, gaming and more - simply and quickly without needing to leave the Moleculer development environment," said Norbert Mereg, the author of the Moleculer Microservices Framework.

Macrometa and Moleculer have been collaborating in the second half of this year to extend the capabilities of the framework and provide more options for microservice developers who wish to build, deploy and run code at the edge. The resulting efforts produced a Moleculer-DB connector that can be found on github by following this link.

Macrometa provides a Global Data Network, a distributed database platform and developer tools that allow application authors to use a distributed, strongly consistent database to offload or cache cloud database operations at the edge while shortening the time needed to build complex event processing apps and APIs.

"I'm excited about the collaboration with MoleculerJS - it enables Macrometa to add value to the massive serverside Javascript and Node.js community. Now any Node or Javascript developer can build apps and APIs (CRUD) that run on the edge via this integration gaining the benefits of low latency, high performance and fault tolerance without the complexity of distributed systems programming," said Chetan Venkatesh, CEO and Co-Founder of Macrometa.

About Macrometa:

Macrometa was co-founded by Chetan Venkatesh and Durga Gokina, and is backed by BGV, Partech, Shasta Ventures and Fusion Fund. The Macrometa team shares an imagination fueled by a vision of an Internet experience where ideas can be expressed instantly as code, applications, APIs and more.

 

SOURCE Macrometa Corp