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Less plumbing,
more coding

Temporal is a developer-first, open source platform that ensures
the successful execution of services and applications (using workflows).

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Distributed systems should hold you up, not hold you back

Write code as workflows

Temporal ensures that code executes reliably, durably, and scalably
while eliminating needless complexity for developers.

func RemindUserWorkflow(ctx workflow.Context, userID string, intervals []int) error {
  // Send reminder emails, e.g. after 1, 7, and 30 days
  for _, interval := range intervals {
    _ = workflow.Sleep(ctx, days(interval)) // Sleep for days!
    _ = workflow.ExecuteActivity(ctx, SendEmail, userID).Get(ctx, nil)
    // Activities have timeouts, and will be retried by default!
  }
  // ...
}
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Simple stays simple and
complex becomes easy

Temporal gives your application powerful new
guarantees while simplifying development and operations.

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Write

Write sophisticated server side logic in Java, Go, Typescript or PHP using powerful abstractions that make async development as simple as synchronous.

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Run

Run your application's functions as workflows that inherit scalability, durability, and fault tolerance.

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Operate

Monitor the execution of application logic in real time, troubleshoot errors and push changes without downtime.

Everything youneed in one place

With Temporal, your application will be durable, reliable, and scalable out of the box.

Durable

Your code will run forever and everrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Reliable

Your code will run despite failures!

Scalable

Your code can scale up
or down on command!

Code like a monolith,scale like a cloud

We empower developers to run reliable, fault-tolerant applications at any scale.

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Open Source(self-hosted)

The most fully featured platform to write & run your stateful applications with the largest user community. Years of maturation across hundreds of high scale applications. MIT license.

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Temporal Cloud(managed service)

Focus on your application and outsource the operations, scale, configuration, infrastructure and maintenance of Temporal to us. Pay only for what you use. 100% compatible with open source Temporal.

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Uber scale

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What’s holding you back?

With Temporal, your application transforms.

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Brittle to run

Reliable to run

Temporal applications fail to execute less often and when parts of the application do fail, they always recover to a consistent state.

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Complex & difficult to fix

Easy to troubleshoot & repair

The Temporal Web UI provides clear visibility into your Workflow Execution Events loop, where all failures, retries, and statuses are logged. Want this in a CLI? No problem.

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Cumbersome to develop

Fast to develop

With Client, Server, and Workers, Temporal offers the best tradeoff between simple abstraction and infinitely scalable application.

Durable, reliable, scalable

The application state management platform you know you need.

HashiCorp needed to build long-running, reliable, fault-tolerant tasks for the HashiCorp Cloud Platform.

Temporal’s technology satisfied all of these requirements out of the box and allowed our developers to focus on business logic.

Without Temporal’s technology, we would’ve spent a significant amount of time rebuilding Temporal and would’ve very likely done a worse job.

Mitchell Hashimoto

Co-founder, Hashicorp

One of the most interesting pieces of tech I've seen in years… temporal.io does to backend and infra, what React did to frontend… Temporal's engine is quite complex, much like React's, but the surface exposed to the developer is a beautiful "render()" function to organize your backend workflows.

Guillermo Rauch

CEO, Vercel

Take it fromthese legends

Some of the best distributed systems developers hang out in our Forum, Slack and monthly Meetups. Come join us and share your lessons! Check out our Use Cases.

Build invincible apps.

There’s never a bad time to be invincible.