Below are some of the highlights in the Solace Developer Community in February:
Early this month, we announced the general availability of PubSub+ Distributed Tracing. Customers can now purchase subscriptions to enable distributed tracing on event broker services version 10.2.1 and leverage the full set of observability capabilities from the PubSub+ Cloud Console. PubSub+ Cloud’s distributed tracing capabilities offer the complete management of distributed tracing configuration and life-cycle management of the OpenTelemetry Collector. OpenTelemetry traces generated by the PubSub+ Cloud event broker services can now be forwarded to customers’ Datadog or Jaeger APM observability tools.
Add your comments to this distributed tracing community post.
Version 1.2 of the PubSub+ Connector for MuleSoft Anypoint Platform has been certified by MuleSoft and is available on the Anypoint Exchange now. You can get the recommended upgrade in Anypoint Studio via regular module upgrade methods. Learn the new features included in the release.
In this episode, PubSub+ product team leaders Ed and Ali take a deep dive into PubSub+ Distributed Tracing with an implementation demo in our cloud service. They also talk about what’s coming, including ARM Support, Terraform, Partitioned Queues, and Podman. Watch the episode for details.
In this section, I’ll review a few questions our community members asked this month that you may be interested in reading about.
In mid-November, we announced the launch of Solly Superstars Developer Champion Program. With the program, we want to recognize and reward our community and build a deeper connection with it. Read the blog post to see how potential Solly Superstars are evaluated, the benefits of becoming a Superstar, and how to apply!
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 by sharing problems or offering solutions.