An event mesh is an extremely powerful part of the Solace ecosystem. It provides seamless event distribution across your entire network of event brokers, regardless of location, or infrastructure. It takes the concern of message routing away from applications and allows them to focus on more important things. The Solace PubSub+ Cloud Mesh Manager was built to make creating and managing your event meshes a snap, so at Solace Academy we’ve developed the Solace PubSub+ Cloud Mesh Management course to teach you everything you need to know about event meshes and how to deploy them with Solace PubSub+ Cloud.
While the Solace PubSub+ Cloud Mesh Management course is available for individual purchase, it is strongly recommended that instead you purchase a Solace Learning Subscription. The Solace Learning Subscription will give you access to many in depth courses on Solace concepts and products, as well as access to exclusive certifications. You can learn more about the course and its contents here.
This course is designed for anybody who will be managing event brokers and their interconnectivity in a PubSub+ Cloud account. This could be DevOps teams that are responsible for setting up and managing services or developers who are creating services for development and testing purposes.
Make sure you sign up to Solace Academy and purchase a subscription to gain access to this valuable course.
In the mesh management course, the following subjects will be covered in detail:
DMR and event meshes
Mesh Manager overview
Creating/updating and deleting an event mesh with mesh manager
Creating event meshes with the broker manager
Scanning for new event meshes and event mesh changes
Understanding event mesh health
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Design and create an event mesh with Solace PubSub+ Cloud
Add and remove services from an existing event mesh
How to create an event mesh by connecting a non-cloud broker to a Solace PubSub+ Cloud Broker Service
Find meshes connected to your Solace Cloud account
Troubleshoot failed health checks for event meshes