Editor’s Note: The VMR (Virtual Message Router) is now Solace PubSub+.

getting-started-tutorial_vmr-setupAs part of SolOS release 7.1.1, we are excited to announce the general availability of our Virtual Message Router (VMR) Enterprise Edition, and an important update to the evaluation edition developers can use to check out the VMR for themselves.

New Enterprise Edition

The VMR Enterprise Edition is a virtual machine version of our technology that lets companies deploy state-of-the-art message routing and persistence functionality into not just corporate datacenters but public and private clouds, field offices and Internet of Things environments. This new edition replaces the VMR Developer Edition and adds support for a number of important features:

  • Guaranteed messaging persistence
  • VPN bridging
  • Multi-node routing
  • Replication and config-sync
  • TLS

If you’d like to purchase the VMR Enterprise Edition, please talk to your account exec or contact us.

Upgraded Evaluation Edition

If you’re a developer who’d like to take the upgraded VMR for a spin, we have good news! The VMR Evaluation Edition, available for free download at http://solace.com/downloads, has been updated to the same GA release of the SolOS operating system that defines and controls the behavior of the VMR Enterprise Edition. That means the VMR Evaluation Edition  offers exactly the same features, functionality and performance so it’s an ideal platform for early evaluation and adoption of the VMR Enterprise Edition.


Solace technology enables open data movement by routing information between applications, devices and people across clouds using open APIs and protocols. Open data movement helps companies modernize legacy applications and successfully pursue analytics, big data, cloud computing and Internet of Things strategies. Innovators and leaders in a wide range of industries and around the world have used Solace technology to become more agile and efficient, to improve decision making and to offer their customers innovative data-driven services.