Feel like you’re flying blind?

You know and love Apache Kafka, but have you ever tried to visualize Kafka topology, or figure out who owns what event stream in a Kafka cluster? Your event-driven architecture has evolved, and your system has grown to the point where you’re feeling a bit… out of control.

You need a tool that:

  • manages the complete lifecycle of EDA assets, such as applications, events, and schemas
  • finds a way to catalog the assets for reuse
  • visualizes how events flow from application to application
  • makes it easy for developers to collaborate and integrate with existing software development tools

That is why we have developed PubSub+ Event Portal. This purpose built tool makes it easy for you to discover, visualize, catalog, manage, design, share, and govern Apache Kafka event streams across your distributed enterprise.​

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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, PeerSpot
PubSub+ Event Portal for Kafka - add 451 Research Report Reprint

PubSub+ Event Portal for Kafka brings discovery, visualization and management to Kafka streaming environments.”

Matt Aslett,
451 Research

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Discover and understand Apache Kafka event streams

  • Use a runtime discovery agent to easily scan and upload event streams from PubSub+, Apache Kafka brokers and other Kafka distributions from Confluent and Amazon MSK
  • Associate discovered events, endpoints and subscriptions with applications and application domains
  • Visualize the discovered objects

Discover and Audit Apache Kafka Event Streams

Design and visualize Kafka event-driven systems

Design and visualize Kafka event-driven systems

  • Organize your systems into application domains
  • Create and/or import payload schema definitions in a variety of formats
  • Define event interactions between all applications or microservices
  • Visualize event flows between application domains, applications, and payload schema to event relationships

Catalog, design and share Kafka Event Streams and Event-Driven Apps

  • Search a robust catalog populated with your discovered Kafka event streams so you can reuse and repurpose them
  • Create new Kafka event streams leveraging existing Avro schemas for new applications and microservices
  • Organize your system into application domains by group, organization or line of business

Catalog, design and share Kafka Event Streams and Event-Driven Apps

Manage and govern the lifecycle of Kafka event streams

Manage and govern the lifecycle of Kafka event streams

  • Manage who has access to which EDA resources at what level using granular role-based access control (RBAC)
  • Create and track every version of each of the EDA objects through their lifecycle from creation to retirement without negatively impacting other dependent applications
  • Promote new versions of applications through the various development and operational environments 

Integrate with your existing development tools using open-source plugins:

  • Pull the latest schemas and application versions from Event Portal into Slack.
  • Document in Confluence by pulling the latest application interface data from Event Portal  
  • Generate code using the latest AsyncAPI document for your application from Event Portal using IntelliJ
  • Speed up the review process through GitHub by having Event Portal verify that the AsyncAPI is valid and versions are correct

Integrate with your existing development tools

Govern Your Apache Kafka EDA

Analyze Your Apache Kafka EDA

  • Get a complete view of upstream and downstream impact of upcoming changes to apps, events, and schemas
  • Understand what events are most and least used
  • Track event-driven data lineage

See PubSub+ Event Portal for Kafka Event Streams in Action

How to discover, visualize, catalog, share, reuse  Kafka

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Sign-up to get access to:

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)

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What else can PubSub+ Event Portal do for you?

Control your event data

Track changes by individual users, control access to event data across teams via application domains.

Quickly develop consistent event-driven applications

Generate and export AsyncAPI 2.0.0 specifications and use code generators from the AsyncAPI opensource community to generate code for your applications.

The event-driven future is here.
What’s holding you back?

Creating event-driven applications has historically been hard due to a lack of tools for creating, discovering, sharing and managing events. There hasn’t been an easy way to govern events, and DIY solutions are brittle, complex and take too much time. If these are familiar challenges, you’re going to love PubSub+ Event Portal.

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