Ritc is now on AWS Marketplace!

After a long wait (too long – I do apologize), I am happy to announce that Ritc is now available on Amazon Web Services Marketplace! Click on this link to get there directly, or via search for ‘Ritc’ on aws.amazon.com/marketplace For its debut, ‘Ritc Starter Kit 1’ can be configured using the CloudFormation template provided […]


Build Your Own Ridesharing Application Using Ritc and Google

You too can build an UberPool. Ridesharing has been in the news lately. So to show off the power of Ritc, this ridesharing demo will show you how you can build a real-world cloud-based ridesharing application. There are actually two demos, one where passengers are picked up by drivers not carrying passengers, and the other […]


Ritc Rules are Declarative

Rules and rule engines have been around for a long time. You may very well have worked with one before. As popularized by IFTTT (If This Then That), a first interpretation may be that rules are something like the code a programmer could write in some software language. eg. IF variable x is greater than […]


Why Choose Ritc?

You may wonder why you should choose┬áRitc. After all, there are other rule engines in the cloud. In a nutshell, “Ritc enables you to make sense out of real-time data from multiple sources”. With these benefits: accessible without SDKs from any rest api – defined via swagger files that you import enables composable (multi-level) apps […]


Introducing a More Powerful Ritc

Having gone through a port – to NodeJs – the Ritc rule engine is emerging with some powerful new features and options that make it stand out in the crowd. In addition to its flexible architecture and its ability to connect via rest to any accessible api, Ritc rules can themselves be treated as microservices […]