KintoHub

Build apps quickly with microservices.

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KintoHub makes it easy for you to build, test and deploy microservices and cloud-ready features without having to code every service.

This is possible because we've made microservices simple from code to cloud and are creating a feature economy that empowers developers to share common features and only focus on their secret sauce.

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 +9 reviews
  • Pros: 

    Located in Hong Kong, a city in need of microservice platforms, KintoHub is a fantastic, user friendly platform with a great team of devs!

    Cons: 

    Could improve mobile responsiveness of some modals (so could Product Hunt...)

    I am very, very impressed with KintoHub‘s offerings and will be launching a small prohect using their microservices very shortly :)

    Nick West has used this product for one week.

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Hiten ShahHunterPro@hnshah · Crazy Egg, Product Habits & FYI
With the rise of microservices, it’s awesome to see a product like Kintohub created to help developers. It’s a toolkit to help any level of developer wrangle microservices. Check it out!
Joseph CooperMakerPro@codingcoop · Founder, KintoHub
@hnshah thanks for the support. Being a team of developers, we're excited to share what we've built and looking forward to the developer community driving the next generation of a feature economy around microservices.
Joseph CooperMakerPro@codingcoop · Founder, KintoHub
Hello World, Firstly - Many thanks to Hiten for hunting us! He personally introduced the team to Product Hunt and couldn't be more stoked to launch today together. KintoHub believes microservices are the future and they can be universally compatible amongst a community of developers. We're talking about a package manager for cloud-ready features and functionality that handles the full lifecycle of code to cloud. What does this mean? 1. Developers & entrepreneurs can focus on their secret sauce. Quickly test new ideas by utilizing community made common features (authentication, email, in-app purchases, slack bots, analytics, leaderboards, exchange algorithms, image processing, etc.) 2. Save tons of $$$ by sharing the hosting costs of common features and functionality. From idea to public launch, our story began almost a year ago from an idea that was born half a decade ago. We couldn't be more ecstatic to share the early access tools we've built due to the mad love and hustle of friends, investors, early-access developers & the KintoTeam that got us here today <3. We're sincerely looking forward to your thoughts & feedback as this is for all the idea makers and keyboard ninjas out there!
Tommy Chan@tommytcchan · Crypto head - HODL all the way
I dig the product - i like the UI! I might deploy my project on it =) Got a few questions for you: 0.) What is the proposed SLA uptime for something deployed to KintoHub? 1.) Will there be support for monitoring (ie. with PagerDuty, Slack, etc)? 2.) What will be the pricing strategy for apps? Would it be modelled under a per call basis or based on instance sizes? 3.) Am I able to deploy to a semi-private test instance for my company only? Cheers and keep up the good work.
Joseph CooperMakerPro@codingcoop · Founder, KintoHub
@tommytcchan Thanks for Q's Tommy! Looking forward to supporting your project on KintoHub. 0) SLA -- We're in Alpha and will have proposed SLAs once we get to Beta. We're expecting beta in Q4 this year. We're planning to prio multi-cloud deployment to ensure the best SLAs, especially for crypto related projects 1) Monitoring - Yes, monitoring is on the way. We paused this feature because there are too many ways to do this. We're having an open Q&A / AMA later this month to open up the question to the community. Would love for you to participate - if you signed up, you'll receive an email next week about it. 2) Pricing - We're free today and will always have a free tier. We are planning to have a mix of a tier based system starting at ~10 USD up to a "pay as you go" model. The pay as you go will be a pay-per-second model thanks to serverless. To increase resources/instance size, we look at these as "Addons" which would be a monthly fee. You can also add-on databases or analytics in the near future as well. We'll be sharing more August 2018 and hope to have an open discussion with the community about this. 3) Yes - Contact us via slack or email and we can discuss this. We're tested on AWS/Google/Azure so far and can do private managed or unmanaged solutions. Today, all services you create on KintoHub are private to the members of a workspace by default if you want to start now on https://www.kintohub.com
Stefan Wirth@nafetswirth · Co-founder & CTO, Hater
Solid video 😁
Joseph CooperMakerPro@codingcoop · Founder, KintoHub
Thanks @nafetswirth! The Kinto Team had a ton of fun making it.
San Kumar@bhatnagar_san · Creator uploader.win. Programming geek.
Very cool video and product! For someone who is new to microservices can you give me an example of how kintohub would benefit me? Lets say I was creating the next Twitter, what benefit would i get developing with kh instead of doing it the good old way? thanks
Joseph CooperMakerPro@codingcoop · Founder, KintoHub
@bhatnagar_san Great question and example context! Quick answer, KintoHub will should you a ton of dev time and money from day 0 to IPO of your company. To keep things simple, I'm only going to share some of Twitter's features that can be broken down into microservices: - Authentication/Login - Emailing - Profile / Account / Settings - Notifications - Private Messaging - Feed/Posts ***UNIQUE*** The only microservice you would need to code is the Feed/Posts. You may agree that the rest of the services exist in 100's of thousands of apps / websites today. The Kinto community will most definitely share different flavors of these services/features you can choose from which will be one-click deployable to the cloud of your choice. Leaving you with plenty of time to focus on your secret sauce algorithms for your new Twitter. Each Kinto microservice (KintoBlock) is made to support an unlimited amount of apps. So if all the up-voters are using the same authentication service, it's a much more affordable solution for the community to share functionality versus paying for individual hosting. We're also serverless first, so these services are online only when they are needed and scale to 1000's of nodes if demand is high. We've taken this question so seriously, that we built KintoHub itself with KintoHub! We plan to expose 100% of the tools we use to enable developers to build Twitter scale platforms. You can read more here: https://docs.kintohub.com/docs/t...
San Kumar@bhatnagar_san · Creator uploader.win. Programming geek.
@codingcoop thanks for the great explanation. i will definitely explore it more now!