If you’d like to help make NATS and its resources better, here are some ways. Chances are, if you find a feature useful, others will too. This website pulls documentation from GitHub so once you update the readme on GitHub, changes will show up here as well.


Ways to Contribute

The best way to get started contributing to NATS is to read our Contributor's Guide. Here are some examples of how you can contribute:

Please contact us with any other suggestions.

Office Hours

Feel free to drop by NATS Office Hours to ask questions, cover issues, or just listen in and learn more about NATS.

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Social

Coming Events

Join NATS Cloud Native Meetup.com Group to receive updates on upcoming meetups.

  • Strange Loop - Talk

    • When: September 28-30, 2017
    • Who: Tyler Treat
    • What: So You Wanna Go Fast?
    • Where: Peabody Opera House / St. Louis, MO
    • More Information
  • AllThingsOpen - Talk

    • When: October 23-24, 2017
    • Who: Waldemar Quevedo
    • What: NATS: Simple, Secure, and Scalable Messaging for the Cloud Native Era
    • Where: Raleigh Convention Center / Raleigh, NC
    • More Information

Partners

We work with a variety of companies to ensure NATS is delivered in a broad range of solutions used by our community

Docker
Influx Data
Redhat technology Partner
Treasure Data
spindox digital soul
Williams Garcia
Minio
FreeBSD
StorageOS

Contact us to Partner.


Companies

The ecosystem of companies using NATS varies from rapidly growing startups to some of the largest companies in the world.

Ericsson
htc
Siemens
vmware
Pivotal
GE
Baidu
clarifai
netlify