At the run time data movement level, PubSub+ Event Brokers power event mesh, a modern messaging layer that can be deployed across every environment and component of the distributed enterprise, to stream events across them all.
To manage the infrastructure, PubSub+ event mesh management and monitoring solutions make it easy to deploy event brokers, create event meshes, and to monitor the health and optimize the performance of the event-driven system.
At the integration level, PubSub+ APIs and Streaming Integrations provide a variety of on-ramps and off-ramps to the mesh, including support for open standard protocols and APIs (MQTT, AMQP, JMS, REST) as well as proprietary messaging APIs to connect legacy and modern applications, edge streaming technologies (Stream Sets, Striim, Adaptris, ASAPIO, Dell Boomi) to integrate 3rd party applications, and connectors for technologies like Kafka.
At the application level, PubSub+ Event Portal gives developers and architects tools to design, describe and discover events within their system, and to see the relationships between applications and events, making event-driven applications and microservices easier to design, deploy and evolve.
PubSub+ Platform enables messaging architectures that deliver consistent multi-protocol client authentication and authorization security across the enterprise, deeply integrated with enterprise authentication services using a minimal set of components.
All of the above features and capabilities can be accessed through a single Cloud Console with a single log-in, making it easy for architects, developers and other users to work and collaborate, to drive the enterprise’s EDA mission forward.
Our customer base and field team includes the world’s foremost experts on event-driven architecture…
…architects who have designed the most robust, highest volume event distribution systems in the world, and built event-driven applications that deliver tremendous value in capital markets, connected vehicles, smart cities and more. Event Academy will connect those individuals with the broader enterprise IT community so other architects and developers can become experts in event-driven development practices.”