Apache Pulsar vs Memphis
This section describes the differeneces between Pulsar and Memphis
Apache Pulsar is an open-source distributed messaging system. Originally developed as a queuing system, it has been broadened in recent releases to add event streaming features. Pulsar makes use of Apache BookKeeper™ for its storage layer—a project created at Yahoo as a high-availability solution to Hadoop's HDFS NameNode (although not ultimately used for that use case). It shares properties with both Kafka and RabbitMQ. Pulsar is a largely community-led project with no enterprise-grade commercial backing today.
Memphis.dev is a next-generation alternative to traditional message brokers.
It enables building modern queue-based applications that require large volumes of streamed and enriched data, modern protocols, zero ops, up to x9 faster development, up to x46 fewer costs, and significantly lower dev time for data-oriented developers and data engineers.
Low footprint, highly resilient, cloud-native, and run on any Kubernetes, on any cloud.
Memphis.dev is a pure distributed log designed for efficient event streaming and processing at a high scale. Pulsar is not a distributed log in the true sense, but it synthesizes some similar properties, but the main difference would.