Below are some of the highlights from the Solace Developer Community in May:
PubSub+ Event Broker version 10.4.0 — which includes support for partitioned queues among other things — is now generally available. Partitioned Queues are included in the PubSub+ Event Broker: Software at no extra charge and are supported by our most recent releases of Solace JCSMP, JMS, CCSMP, Python, Golang, .NET, and JS APIs as well as standard REST/HTTP, MQTT 5.0, and AMQP. Read this community post for more information.
This release contains a number of new features and enhancements since the 1.0 release in December 2022, including the support for durable topic subscriptions in the JMS/MQ input binding/consumer of a workflow and the support for up to 20 workflows to be configured per connector instance. This community post provides more information on the new features and enhancements in this release as well as where to download it.
This month we published the following blog posts by our community writers:
If you are also interested in writing about your project, a use case, or something you are working on or have built using Solace technology and third-party integrations, submit your suggested topics via the Solace Scholars Program.
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.