Fluence uses peer-to-peer technology to power a permissionless distributed cloud for databases and web applications.
Global interactive applications require significant efforts to provide the best experiences for geo-distributed users. A large amount of engineering work is necessary to create and maintain the infrastructure capable of providing high availability and low latency for every user.
Fluence provides the software layer that eliminates the burden of managing and configuring the distributed infrastructure. Fluence organizes a peer-to-peer network into a global, self-healing cloud that tolerates downtime, hardware failures, and emergency network conditions.
Avoid planned and unplanned downtime, eliminate maintenance windows and surprise outages.
Zero human work required for backups and recovery. Easy rolling out to the required version from distributed backups.
Your data is never lost or inconsistent. Shard consensus eliminates data correctness conflicts for each database or application.
Globally accessible uncensorable databases, analytics, APIs, and other services might be spun on and provided using Fluence.
Building DEX or crypto game is easier with using familiar databases and has less limitations than blockchains usually require.
Provide best experience for geo-distributed users with a consistent application and database state over required locations.
Get the freedom of serverless platforms by focusing on the application itself instead of writing the supporting infrastructural code.
The Fluence protocol is a work in progress, but you can already check out the alfa release which provides Redis (NoSQL) and LlamaDB (SQL) databases.