Thanks to its increasing popularity among developers, more and more things are happening in the Solace Developer Community every day and on a regular basis: new discussions, questions, comments, events, blog posts and tutorials, etc. As such, you may find it difficult to stay on top of what is happening. That is why I am creating a monthly highlight post!
As the name suggests, the monthly posts are not a full list of things that have happened in the community in a month but are focused on the major activities that you wouldn’t want to miss.
Now, onto the highlights for August:
Early this month, Paul Kondrat from Solace introduced in this post the new availability of rootless containers with Podman in PubSub+ 10.1. Podman is the default in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and is gaining popularity quickly. As part of Solace’s full support for Podman, the ability enables developers to create container instances with their standard non-privileged accounts. Read the post to learn more about the feature.
The post also links to a getting started guide for those who are eager to create a rootless instance of PubSub+ on a Ubuntu host. There is also the link to the Solace documentation on rootless containers. If you have any questions about the feature for Paul, leave a comment on the post.
Late last month, Tamimi AlTamimi and Rey Riel from Solace held a demo and live coding event to introduce five new messaging features of PubSub+ Event Broker 10.0+. If you missed it, here are the links to the clips for each topic in the community this month so that you can go directly to the topic you are interested in:
Watch the full video below:
Drop any comments you have into the community posts or on YouTube and someone from Solace will respond.
In this section, I’ll review a few questions our community members asked this month that you may be interested in reading about.
Community member rramakrishnan asked the question in the community “Does Solace have an inbuilt schema registry?” Do you know the answer? Read the original post and the reply from Solacian Tom Fairbairn to see if your answer is correct.
I strongly encourage you to sign up for the Solace Developer Community if you have not already done so. This way you can not only keep abreast of the latest developments in the community, but also engage with other members to help them or get help from them.