Build reliable software.
Build asynchronous software.
Event-driven architecture has often been viewed as merely an internal concern, but this perspective is highly outdated.
Building software has become intrinsically linked with integrating numerous software components and services. This shift has necessitated a move towards an eventual-consistency model, achieved by distributing events between applications.
Webhooks and externally distributed events enable us to build reliable software, but the infrastructure is still playing catch up. It's time to move beyond makeshift solutions and embrace the Event Gateway as the solution for interoperable, cloud-native software.
As developers, we’ve wasted countless hours dealing with missed, mission-critical webhook events from Shopify, Stripe, and Intercom. Each service was different in the configuration options it offered and the steps it took to diagnose.
We realized that, in the age of the connected web, tooling is only one part of the equation. Engineering teams needed a complete event gateway platform if they were going to efficiently and reliably build scalable event-driven applications.
Alex is a product designer, fullstack engineer and entrepreneur. His expertise translates very well to solve complex problems developers solves everyday.
Maurice is a veteran system architect and developer with over 20 years of experience that has worked across large organizations and startups.
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To support our mission, Hookdeck has raised $5.5M USD.
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