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Software Version of Platform Offers Deployment Flexibility by Enabling Message Routing in Datacenters, Clouds, Internet of Things, and Remote Offices
Ottawa, Ont., June 9, 2015 – Solace Systems today announced the Solace Virtual Message Router (VMR), a version of its market-leading SolOS messaging middleware platform that runs on commodity hardware instead of the company’s purpose-built appliances. The VMR lets customers deploy Solace’s data movement solution into virtually any environment, while the Solace 3530 and Solace 3560 appliances address requirements best met with dedicated hardware in datacenters.
Horizontal trends like big data, cloud computing and the Internet of Things, along with industry trends like Network Function Virtualization (NFV) in the telecom sector, are introducing the need to efficiently route information not just within datacenters, but in remote factories and field offices, and within cloud environments, connected vehicles, sensor arrays and smart homes.… Read the rest
Combination of Next-Generation Messaging Middleware and Mainframe Integration Software Unlocks Mainframe Information and Modernizes Applications without Touching Code
Ottawa, Ont. and Stillwater, Okla., April 28, 2015 – Solace Systems and HostBridge Technology announced today that they have integrated their messaging middleware and mainframe integration solutions to link critical mainframe systems with modern applications and architectures so they can send and receive large volumes of real-time information, all without modifying any mainframe code.
“In striving to capitalize on trends like big data, cloud computing, ubiquitous mobility and the Internet of Things, companies look to our next-gen messaging middleware to help their IT systems handle ever-increasing amounts of data, distribution of processing and diversity of endpoints, ” said Denis King, EVP of Strategic Alliances for Solace Systems.… Read the rest
NEW YORK | MUMBAI, April 22, 2015: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, today announced that it has partnered with Solace Systems, the leading provider of next generation messaging middleware solutions. This collaboration will enable customers to quickly and cost-effectively implement big data, mobility and Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives.
Business focus has turned to digital transformation as a required action to remain competitive. As a result, the flood of information big data enables can create new business challenges. Together, TCS and Solace Systems are helping to solve the combined complexity of data volume, coupled with velocity requirements of Big Data in digital transformation and Digital Reimagination™ initiatives.
The collaboration will provide new digital solutions and industry expertise that enable customers to reimagine their business processes and achieve results. To drive innovation, TCS will leverage Solace next-generation messaging middleware as part of a private cloud at TCS’ Cincinnati Business Solutions Lab.… Read the rest
Support for REST, JCA and OpenMama Lets Customers Even More Easily Integrate Applications and Architectures Using Solace Technology
Ottawa, Ontario March 31, 2015 – Solace Systems announced today release 7.1 of SolOS, the software and firmware that controls the behavior and operation of Solace’s next-generation messaging middleware platform. With the new version Solace now supports REpresentational State Transfer (REST), Java Connector Architecture (JCA) and Open Middleware Agnostic Messaging API (OpenMAMA).
“Companies are using a wide range of technologies and tools to deal with the explosive volume of information created or consumed by people, systems and devices, ” said Solace CTO Shawn McAllister. “As the key enabler of reliably moving this information at scale, it’s important that we support the APIs our customers need to integrate standards-based applications so they can be agile enough to compete in today’s marketplace.”
- REST: The Solace REST Interface lets applications send and receive messages using standard HTTP methods.
Ottawa, Ont., January 29 2015 – Velocimetrics, the provider of real-time business performance monitoring and analysis solutions to the global financial community, today announces its technology partnership with Solace Systems, the leading provider of hardware-based messaging middleware. This partnership demonstrates Velocimetrics’ ongoing commitment to ensuring thatTipOff® continues to excel in enabling users to independently monitor and analyse their middleware messaging activities, which form the very fabric on which the industry’s trading systems are built.
TipOff joined the Velocimetrics product suite in mid-2014, and this agreement extends the previous relationship managed by the solution’s prior custodians. The partnership was originally developed in response to requests from financial service clients keen to deploy a joint solution.
TipOff enables market participants to rapidly reveal performance issues impacting real-time financial systems and networks by providing access and insight into detailed middleware, network and market data statistics. By complementing traditional monitoring techniques with a rich, contextual understanding of how effectively the middleware is performing, users can very quickly detect early warning signs of evolving operational conditions that could result in increased latency.… Read the rest
Solace’s High-Performance Hardware-Based Messaging Foundation Can Help Companies Capitalize on Big Data, Mobility and the Internet of Things
Ottawa, Ontario, January 14, 2015 – Solace Systems has enhanced its products’ interoperability with key IBM middleware technologies so companies can upgrade their IT infrastructure to meet the demands of today’s applications including big data, cloud, e-commerce, mobility and Internet of Things.
Solace message routers can now be integrated with WebSphere MQ, and support native integration with DataPower appliances, IBM Integration Bus and WebSphere Application Server. This means companies currently using IBM-based application infrastructure can implement Solace message routers as the messaging backbone for new applications and still have full interoperability with their existing infrastructure. This interoperability also enables customers to easily replace WebSphere MQ where it isn’t keeping up with requirements like higher data volumes or more diverse endpoints.
“IBM MQ has been a workhorse technology for more than 20 years and has been deployed by many companies across a wide range of legacy applications.… Read the rest