In the 8.7.0 release of the Solace VMR, we added several improvements to the VMR Docker containers' standard logging functionality. They provide the ability to customize the content, format, and delivery method of event data from the SolOS application to better integrate with the native log aggregation facilities in your PaaS.
With most companies in the early days of cloud migration, the idea of achieving cloud arbitrage – dynamically shifting workloads across clouds to leverage relative price and performance advantages – can seem pretty daunting. Let’s look at the typical road to cloud adoption, then I’ll explain the first thing you’ll need to do to effectively achieve cloud arbitrage.
This week AWS announced the release of an AWS Quick Start for the Solace VMR. This AWS Quick Start is one of their “automated gold-standard deployments” which shows how to create secure a fully integrated production deployment of a Solace VMR high availability cluster. Solace has had multi-cloud offerings for some time, but this Quick Start allows you to more quickly and easily deploy a fully configured HA cluster in an optimized configuration, without having to worry about the details and mechanics of configuring the cluster yourself.
On December 5th over 50 Solace users and other folks interested in our technology came together at the Rise London | Shoreditch to experience the launch of our exciting new Solace Cloud messaging as a service offering and gain insights into how other customers are deploying and using Solace technology in their business.