timetunnel – An event collection and dispatching µservice
timetunnel – An event collection and dispatching µservice.
time-tunnel accepts timestamped events with loosely defined semantics over a set of common APIs, and then dispatches those events on a best-effort basis to various event sinks according to a ruleset that is part of the configuration.
The main goal is to offer clients a way to easily push their events to one uniform event submission API of their choosing, and then go back and concentrate on their actual task. Once those events hit the dispatcher, they can be filtered and duplicated according to the needs of the event sinks.
There’s a set of built-in implementations for both delivery APIs and event sinks, and they can be extended with custom ones via a plugin system.
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