This Azure Quick Start allows you to select between “Single Node” or “High Availability” deployment models. Both of these deployment models utilize the simple template driven Azure Resource Manager (ARM) interface to quickly and easily deploy complete solutions.
Microservices are extremely popular these days, and for good reason. They provide a blueprint that make it easier to create robust and scalable applications. During a webinar called Microservices in Practice, Jonathan Schabowsky of Solace's office of the CTO demonstrated how important the right choice of communications between services really is.
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.