Just the data you need, delivered in seconds
Vanus is a Serverless, event streaming system with processing capabilities. It connects SaaS, Cloud Services, and Databases to help users build next-gen event-driven Apps.
Popular use cases
Optimize Ad Campaign
Sync customer data from snowflake to google ads to optimize campaigns.
Dynamic Customer 360
Get data from websites and social media to build dynamic customer 360.
Business Opportunity Mining
Sync customer leads obtained from LinkedIn and Twitter to Snowflake.
User Behavior Analysis
Sync user websites' click data to Snowflake to optimize user journeys.
Optimize User Experience
Send emails based on specific events: registration, birthday, or product trial ends.
Slack Data Analysis
Obtain messages in Slack customer community and sync them to BigQuery.
GitHub to Slack
Receive notifications in Slack on any GitHub events.
LinkedIn to Salesforce
Synchronize potential users data on LinkedIn to Salesforce.
Facebook Ads to Google Sheets
Create a new row on Google Sheets for each Facebook Ads lead.
Connect the Webhook to Email
Send emails with newly caught webhooks.
MySQL to Google Sheets
Create a new row on Google Sheets for each MySQL record.
Google Calendar to Slack
Send a message on Slack Channel when Google Calendar events begin.
Identify electronic invoices
Upload S3 invoices to identify information and sync results to Salesforce.
Illegal image identification
Identify sensitive images uploaded to s3 and send notifications to Gmail.
Webhook triggers function
Trigger an AWS Lambda with newly caught webhooks.
Cloud bill reminder
Set up Slack messages or Gmail reminders for Amazon bills.
Prometheus alarm
Send Prometheus alarm information in Slack or Gmail.
CDC trigger function
Trigger an AWS Lambda with a Database changing event.
Kubernetes Job
Regularly trigger a Kubernetes job.
Cloud function
Regularly trigger cloud functions (AWS Lambda or GCP Functions).
Regularly trigger a Webhook request.
Send Gmail
Send Gmails periodically.
Slack Message
Regularly send messages to a Slack channel.
Amazon SQS
Periodically send events to Amazon SQS.
Why Vanus?
Our company is proud to offer a powerful event stream processing system that can help you extract valuable insights from streaming data in real-time. Our free event stream system is designed to handle large volumes of data and provide you with actionable insights that can help you make informed business decisions. Our open source event stream processing system is built on a popular distributed streaming platform. This event-driven architecture allows you to capture, store, and analyze data in real-time, making it an ideal choice for businesses that need to respond quickly to changing market conditions. Our system includes an event transformer that allows you to transform data into a variety of formats, making it easy to integrate with other systems and applications. We offer a free trial event transformer so you can test it out and see for yourself how powerful it is. We have connectors for different platforms, such as event transformer github. We're committed to making our system as accessible as possible, which is why we've made it open source and free to use. With our event stream processing system, you can take your streaming data analytics to the next level and gain a competitive edge in today's fast-paced business world.
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Event stream processing
Powerful event stream processing capabilities to filter and transform event streams.
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Abundant connectors
Out-of-box connectors help users build event pipelines between SaaS, cloud services, and cloud functions in minutes.
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Trigger cloud function
Seamlessly trigger cloud functions (AWS Lambda , GCP Functions or other functions) to process event streams.
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Open source, super easy to use
Open source, beginners friendly and can be installed in 20 secs by one-click deployment.
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Learn more in the User Docs
Event Stream Processing Step as follows:
kubectl apply -f https://download.linkall.com/all-in-one/v0.6.0.yml
create an eventbus
vsctl eventbus create --name quick-start
create a subscription
vsctl subscription create --name quickstart --eventbus quick-start --sink 'http://localhost:8080'