Thanks for your comment! That is true, Akka is much more than just actors — which I tried to communicate throughout the three parts. I also tried to (hopefuly) consistently use the term akka-actors or akka-typed-actors, to underline the fact that we are dealing only with the actor module.

While Akka does offer a lot more, e.g. for clustering, I think it’s very often use in single-node, local setups. This might not be often the best option, and showcasing that might be an additional side-goal of this series.

Finally, akka-cluster is in many parts independent of the actors part, and it should be quite easy to use clustering with Monix or ZIO.

Scala software engineer, Functional Programming enthusiast, SoftwareMill co-founder

Scala software engineer, Functional Programming enthusiast, SoftwareMill co-founder