Why choose Technaura?
Get scalable, secure, and real-time data solutions built around the best open source technologies, including Apache Kafka, Spark, Akka, and Kubernetes
Through our world-class Partners, experienced Talent pool & Regional presence, you get customized solutions for:
Migrating legacy monolith to modern agile Microservices | Configuring, running & optimizing Kafka environments | Cloud & Big data processing | Real-time Data Analytics & Insights
Our Core Values
Work Hard and Celebrate harder
Meet our Partners
Partners are an important part of Technaura’s growth story. We have collaborated with technology and HR leaders like Lightbend, Microsoft Azure, Confluent, Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Hadron to strengthen our commitment to offering robust and real-time technology solutions.
Founded by the original creator of Apache Kafka, Confluent is a pioneer in building enterprise-ready event streaming platform. The company offers Apache-Kafka-based platform that enables organizations to harness the value of accessing real-time data streams.
Offered by Google, GCP is a suite of cloud computing services that runs on the same infrastructure that Google uses internally for its end-user products, such as Google Search and YouTube.
Hadron has been offering excelling recruitment services in IT and other sectors for over nine years. With offices in various locations in Europe including Germany, Hungary and Switzerland, Hadron has a proven track record in finding the best resources for its clients with varied cultures and languages.
A subsidiary of Amazon that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs. They offer reliable, scalable, pay-as-you-go cloud computing services with over 175 fully featured services from data centres globally.
Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service that provides software as a service, platform as a service and infrastructure as a service. It supports different programming languages and frameworks to create, test, deploy and manage services through the network of Microsoft-managed datacenters.