Note: In September 2019, Pivotal changed the name of Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) to Pivotal Platform.
Today we’ve released the latest version of our Solace Messaging for PCF tile. Version 1.2.0 is generally available as part of the Pivotal Network. The tile allows app developers to use Solace messaging in any Pivotal Cloud Foundry deployment. The Solace tile has been Generally Available for several months, however, this new release introduces support for many new features, as well as the first VMR Enterprise Edition of the tile for deploying Solace Messaging in Production environments.
The highlights of this release include:
Per the previous version of the PCF Tile format, developers can follow the simple installation instructions and have Solace Messaging installed and available to work with in just a few minutes. You can learn all about the Solace PCF tile in the Pivotal partner docs site.
The next version of the PCF Tile which is targeted to be released in a couple of months from now, will introduce support for in-service software upgrades of the Solace tile. This is clearly a very important feature for Enterprise grade production deployments to avoid any downtime or message loss during upgrades of your solace-message services. It’ll again also include new messaging features and enhancements that we’ll pick up with the latest version of our Solace VMR. Stay tuned as there’s more to come!
Darryl MacRae is a Senior Product Manager responsible for Solace’s latest innovation and event management product – PubSub+ Event Portal. Darryl loves to collaborate with the development and customer facing teams to build innovative products that help companies become event-driven and responsive to their clients.
Darryl has over 20 years of experience in defining and delivering GUI based design and management products which focus on making users’ lives easier and more efficient. Darryl’s ideal workday includes partnering with Solace’s customer facing teams to demonstrate to architects and developers how a product can contribute to their day-to-day tasks with insights that bring value to their company.
Prior to joining Solace in 2016, Darryl worked in the telecom industry, most recently for Ciena, and earned a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree at McGill University. When he’s not working, Darryl coaches his kids in their sports activities and loves playing golf.