If you have lots of applications that rely on messaging middleware to exchange information, you’re probably used to each one having its own discrete software-based message broker. When you add up all those brokers and the servers they run on, managing the combined infrastructure is probably a pretty time-consuming and frustrating task for your middleware team.
Fortunately, the Solace message router’s support for virtualization can seriously simplify their lives and save your company lots of money. Each Solace appliance has really impressive messaging performance — up to 24 million messages a second, and 1.6 million messages a second with fully guaranteed delivery.
That’s a lot more throughput than most individual applications could ever need, but thanks to Solace’s support for virtualization you can take advantage of all that capacity to host dozens of applications on each HA pair of message routers. This can dramatically reduce the architectural and operational complexity of your system, and cut the TCO of your message infrastructure.
In this video I’ll show off the operational advantages of Solace’s support for virtual message brokers from two different points of view:
Mark Spielman is a product leader with 15+ years of experience helping customers become event driven while building the products they need to become more successful. His current passion with Solace is making sure PubSub+ Cloud is the right choice for everyone looking to modernize their business and embrace event-driven transformation.
Throughout his career, he has had experience and interest in a wide range of topics including large-scale enterprise architecture, cloud platforms, developer engagement, SaaS, agile teams, cross-functional team building, operations and process improvements, product go-to-market, pricing strategies and data-driven product design.
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