Empower your OpenShift-orchestrated applications to produce and consume event streams across your distributed enterprise — regardless of the location, message-exchange pattern or protocol used — with Solace PubSub+ event brokers.
PubSub+ makes it easy to connect your containerized apps with the rest of your enterprise.
Advanced event brokers connect your distributed enterprise.
Connect applications everywhere in real time
Create an event mesh and stream events to and from any cloud, container or on-premises environment.
Easy to use and manage
Use the PubSub+ Event Portal to create, catalog, discover, monitor and secure events.
Runtime performance and reliability
Industry-leading event brokers that feature high-performance message throughput, data transfer rates and latency, high availability, disaster recovery and more.
Orchestrate events like you orchestrate containers.
Build event-driven architectures and share events and data from your OpenShift-based applications with applications in other clouds, containers, legacy systems of record, and more – in real-time, reliably and at scale.
All the event-management capabilities you need to deploy event-driven microservices to OpenShift and share data across your enterprise are available through Solace PubSub+ Platform. This includes:
Hitting bumps on the road to enterprise-wide event distribution?
Sharing events from legacy systems of record to OpenShift-based applications
Delivering the tooling developers need to build event-driven applications
Providing governance for your events (publication and access controls applied during design and validated at runtime)
Moving data between applications, users and devices in multiple clouds, containers or virtualized environments in real time
Extending event collection and distribution to IoT and mobile devices
Connecting applications using diverse protocols and APIs (AMQP, MQTT, JMS and WebSocket, plus REST/HTTP)
Scalability, reliability and security issues surrounding moving mission-critical data
Share events throughout your distributed enterprise, in real time.
Event Streaming. Connect your OpenShift-orchestrated applications to PubSub+ advanced event brokers and stream events securely, reliably, and in real-time from wherever they occur to wherever they need to be.
Support Your Distributed Enterprise. Support applications, users and devices in any location with an advance event broker that works natively in any cloud, container or virtualized environment. Connect your systems of record to the rest of your enterprise in real time.
Manage Events from Start to Finish. PubSub+ provides all the tooling and controls to manage the flow of events through your enterprise, including: event publication, documentation and promotion; event discovery; event visualization (discovery, monitoring and interaction); event lifecycle management of schemas, events and application interface definitions; event governance and security; and guidelines and best practices.
Build an Event Mesh. Just as a service mesh connects microservices in Kubernetes in a RESTful manner, a PubSub+ enabled event mesh connects event-driven microservices (containerized or otherwise), as well as legacy applications, cloud-native services, multi-foundation deployments of OpenShift, and the wide variety of devices and data sources/sinks that can operate in cloud and non-cloud environments asynchronously.
The runtime performance and reliability you need.
Rock-solid reliability, including slow consumer control, fault tolerance, high availability and disaster recovery
Message caching enables retrieval of last value data as part of a real-time message stream
Support for all the most popular cloud environments, public and private, IaaS and Paas, which combined with support for legacy non-cloud environments offers the only unified solution for hybrid- and multi-cloud data movement
Stream processing lets applications ingest PubSub+ event streams and deliver results in real time
Ready to get started?
For everything you need to deploy a Solace PubSub+ advanced event broker in OpenShift – for free – go to the GitHub repository. Or head over to our Docs site to learn how to configure, manage and succeed with PubSub+.