What's in the box?
The MQTT Broker is the heart of the platform. It ensures delivery of all messages to the connected clients. It also makes sure that, based on your configuration, only authorized clients are allowed to send and receive messages.
The API is used to administrate the platform configuration and all relevant entities. You can natively call the API or use it via one of our SDKs.
RealMQ integrates seamlessly with any application stack. Use your own identifiers on entities if you like.
RealMQ comes with multi-tenancy out of the box. This enables you to run several projects in parallel without them interfering each other.
RealMQ allows you store messages for a configurable period of time or forever. Simply pull the message history from the server to retrieve everything that happened in the past.
RealMQ is open source. If you want to help to improve, extend, and grow the platform you're more than welcome to join us over at GitHub. There's also a Spectrum Community.
We have a public road map with features that we want to implement next. Although we have put a lot of thought into it, you can help us prioritize what comes next.
Need help realizing your project?
Introducing real-time messaging into an application will lift it to a whole new level but can sometimes seem to be quite complex and intimidating. But fear not - we're here to help. If you need any help or assistance in setting up your project or integrating RealMQ into your existing application, please contact us and we will do our best to make it happen.