AsyncAPI today released version 2.3 of the open source specification, adding new flexibility and power to the leading event-driven architecture definition format. Two enhancements are of particular interest to users of Solace PubSub+ Platform:
AsyncAPI is an essential enabler of Solace PubSub+ Event Portal. It allows event driven systems designed within Event Portal to be exported and used for code generation and exposed as event API products.
The release is the result of a massive amount of collaborative teamwork, with Dale Lane from IBM taking on an expanded role. Solace is a platinum sponsor of AsyncAPI, and several employees serve on its Technical Steering Committee. Next on AsyncAPI’s plate: version 3.0, which promises to further enhance enterprise features and address some usability concerns
Full details about version 2.3 can be found at: https://www.asyncapi.com/docs/specifications/v2.3.0
As an architect in Solace’s Office of the CTO, Jesse helps organizations of all kinds design integration systems that take advantage of event-driven architecture and microservices to deliver amazing performance, robustness, and scalability. Prior to his tenure with Solace, Jesse was an independent consultant who helped companies design application infrastructure and middleware systems around IBM products like MQ, WebSphere, DataPower Gateway, Application Connect Enterprise and Transformation Extender.
Jesse holds a BA from Hope College and a masters from the University of Michigan, and has achieved certification with both Boomi and Mulesoft technologies. When he’s not designing the fastest, most robust, most scalable enterprise computing systems in the world, Jesse enjoys playing hockey, skiing and swimming.[position] => [url] => https://solace.com/blog/author/jessemenning/ ) )