This test demonstrates that EMQ X Cloud with the SPEC of 100,000 CONN / 100,000 TPS can support 100,000 concurrent connections and 100,000 message TPS.
This test demonstrates that EMQ X Cloud with the SPEC of 50,000 CONN / 50,000 TPS can support 50,000 concurrent connections and 50,000 message TPS.
The test demonstrates that EMQ X Cloud with the SPEC of 10,000 CONN / 20,000 TPS can support 10,000 concurrent connections and 20,000 message TPS with 20k~100k payload size.
This test demonstrates that EMQ X Cloud with the SPEC of 5,000 CONN / 10,000 TPS can support 5,000 concurrent connections and 10,000 message TPS with 10k payload size.
EMQX may be the best choice for handling massive amounts of connections, cause it has been tested with 100 million connections. This resource will tell you the answer to why EMQX is so scalable.
In this white paper, EMQ formally proposes the architecture paradigm of "Data Infrastructure for IoT" to meet the key business challenges of enterprises in the IoT era together with industry to achieve business innovation.
In this video, we are going to share the factors to consider when choosing an MQTT Broker.
In this video, Kary Ware walks through properly configuring TLS/SSL certificates to secure MQTT.
Learning about the benefits of MQTT and how you can have a high-performing and scalable message-broker-based IoT platform up and running quickly from scratch.
This test will demonstrate the ability of EMQX 4.3 in large-scale MQTT concurrent connections, subscriptions, and high message throughput.
Based on MsQuic, this is a Erlang NIF to bring QUIC protocol to beam. We'll demo how we use it to implemented MQTT on top of QUIC. And how Erlang/Elixir developers can make use of it.