Up to now, there have been no tools to design your asynchronous events like you do your APIs. Without tooling, there’s no place for your architects and developers to collaborate, it’s hard to keep documentation up to date, and complex to model changes without impacting downstream applications.
This is why we created the PubSub+ Event Portal!
Rideshare Application Development: PubSub+ Event Portal Use Case Demo
PubSub+ Event Portal is that single place where you can:
Through us explaining our current system topology, architecture, and data flow — Solace engineers used PubSub+ Event Portal to create a model and visualization that we had been unable to achieve with standard topology mapping tools or Visio.
This became a touchstone in helping us determine which systems and data flows we should prioritize for our event-driven architecture. We are excited for our upcoming Solace-enabled event-driven journey.”
Director of Software Development, Storefront.com
Solace also has a top-notch solution for portal management and you register your producers, consumers, and preprocessing logic. All of these things are pretty easy to do. This is an area where [Apache] Kafka could use some enhancement.”
Solution architect at a manufacturing company with 10,000+ employees wrote at IT Central Station
"Drax Group deploys Solace to improve its IT infrastructure"
Solace announced today that Drax Group has selected its event streaming and management technology to make its IT architecture more efficient, agile, and to help reduce the cost of delivery.Read the Press-release
If You Are Doing Event Driven Architecture, Look No Further.
The product sells itself but it is great to see that Solace has a great roadmap for making Event Driven Architecture easier to adopt and maintain. Documentation is done really well with a good mix of concepts and technical reference.”
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Messaging Services – One Enterprise Developer Service with up to 100 connections/queues, 8 Gbps of throughput and 2 GB of storage
Event Portal – 150 Editor Users and 15,000 objects (an object is defined as an event, schema, or app)