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EventNative

An open-source, user event collection service
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What is EventNative?

It is an open source, high-performance, event collection service. Capture all events your application generates and stream to your preferred Data Warehouse with current support for RedShift and BigQuery. EventNative can be deployed in 1-click on the infrastructure of your choice.
EventNative is a tool in the Custom Analytics category of a tech stack.
EventNative is an open source tool with 1.1K GitHub stars and 54 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to EventNative's open source repository on GitHub

EventNative Integrations

JavaScript, PostgreSQL, Amazon Redshift, Google BigQuery, and Clickhouse are some of the popular tools that integrate with EventNative. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with EventNative.

EventNative's Features

  • Open source
  • High-performance
  • Current support for RedShift and BigQuery
  • Can be deployed in 1-click on the infrastructure of your choice

EventNative Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to EventNative?
Keen
Keen is a powerful set of API's that allow you to stream, store, query, and visualize event-based data. Customer-facing metrics bring SaaS products to the next level with acquiring, engaging, and retaining customers.
Ahoy
Ahoy provides a solid foundation to track visits and events in Ruby, JavaScript, and native apps.
Snowplow
Snowplow is a real-time event data pipeline that lets you track, contextualize, validate and model your customers’ behaviour across your entire digital estate.
Bitdeli
Build dashboards and reports with exactly the metrics you need using plain Python scripts. There is nothing new to learn. Bitdeli keeps your results up to date, no matter how much data you have or how complex your metrics are. Get started in minutes with our growing library of open-source analytics, created by experienced data hackers.
Iteratively
Iteratively helps teams capture reliable product analytics they can trust. It eliminates the most common causes of error during the definition and implementation of tracking plans, and cuts down on the time it takes to correctly instrument the product. As a result, folks that consume product analytics get exactly what they spec'd out and can rely on the incoming data knowing it is trustworthy and accurate.
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