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userver is the modern open source asynchronous framework with a rich set of abstractions for fast and comfortable creation of C++ microservices, services and utilities.

How It Works

The problem of efficient I/O interactions is solved transparently for the developers

🐙 userver

std::size_t Ins(storages::postgres::Transaction& tr,
                std::string_view key) {
  auto res = tr.Execute("INSERT INTO keys VALUES ($1)", key);
  return res.RowsAffected();
Classic C++
template <class OnSuccess>
void Ins(storages::postgres::Transaction& tr,
         std::string_view key, OnSuccess&& on_success) {
  tr.Execute("INSERT INTO keys VALUES ($1)", key,
    [on_success = std::forward<OnSuccess>(on_success)]
    (const auto& res, const auto& error) {
      if (error) {

Values of userver

Technologies for debugging and memory profiling a running production service

Write your first toy C++ service, evolve it into a production ready service.

Efficient asynchronous drivers for databases (MongoDB, PostgreSQL, MySQL/MariaDB, Redis, ClickHouse, YDB, ...) and data transfer protocols (HTTP, WEbSockets, gRPC, TCP, AMQP-0.9.1, Apache Kafka, ...), tasks construction and cancellation.

Functionality to change the service configuration on-the-fly. Adjust options of the deadline propagation, timeouts, congestion-control without a restart.

Rich set of high-level components for caches, tasks, distributed locking, logging, tracing, statistics, metrics, JSON/YAML/BSON.

Comprehensive set of asynchronous low-level synchronization primitives and OS abstractions.

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