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The latest blog posts from Solace experts around the topics of event-driven architecture, microservices, event streaming, and more.

  • A Simpler Architecture for Handling High Connection Counts and Throughput

    A Simpler Architecture for Handling High Connection Counts and Throughput

    I stumbled upon a blog post by Qiscus.com that talks about the architecture that lets them handle 10 million concurrent connections and throughput of 5 million messages per minute. This is the...

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  • Simplifying the Integration of Cloud Native Services and Data Lakes with Enhanced REST Delivery Points

    Simplifying the Integration of Cloud Native Services and Data Lakes with Enhanced REST Delivery Points

    Most modern enterprise IT systems use cloud-native services to add functionality, or improve capacity, performance, and flexibility, but the integration of such services can be challenging....

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  • Scaling Microservices with Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaler (KEDA) and Solace PubSub+

    Scaling Microservices with Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaler (KEDA) and Solace PubSub+

    Event-driven microservices architecture poses unique challenges for scalability, and to realize the full potential of applications and maximize value, the ability to autoscale for capacity is...

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  • New Java Messaging API Now Available

    New Java Messaging API Now Available

    Last month Solace released version 1.0 of a new messaging API for Java. Why is it version 1.0 when we already have a Java API, you might ask? I’ll break that down first, then introduce the new one...

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  • Solace PubSub+ vs Kafka: Multi-Site Architecture 

    Solace PubSub+ vs Kafka: Multi-Site Architecture 

    This comparison of how Apache Kafka and Solace PubSub+ each enable event streaming across multi-site systems is part of a series of posts comparing Kafka with PubSub+. The first introduced the...

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  • Documenting Your Event Driven Architecture in 5 Steps

    Documenting Your Event Driven Architecture in 5 Steps

    As organizations look to adopt an event-driven architecture, they might find difficulty in documenting the design process, understanding how changes might impact services, and how to verify that...

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  • FRTB Regulation and Beyond – Architecting to Support Changing Regulations 

    FRTB Regulation and Beyond – Architecting to Support Changing Regulations 

    Deploying Solace PubSub+ can ease the route to Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) and future regulations.

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  • Horizontal Scaling of Event-Driven Microservices in Kubernetes

    Horizontal Scaling of Event-Driven Microservices in Kubernetes

    Why scaling microservices is important and how Kubernetes and HPA provide an ideal framework for elastic horizontal scaling of microservices.

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  • Designing the Flow of Events at an Asset Management Firm

    Designing the Flow of Events at an Asset Management Firm

    If you are an architect or a developer at an asset management firm, I want to make your job a bit easier by showing you a system and a platform that can help you understand the flow of...

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  • PubSub+ Message Handling Features: Reject-Message-to-Sender-on-Discard

    PubSub+ Message Handling Features: Reject-Message-to-Sender-on-Discard

    Thus far in the message handling features blog series we have looked at message expiry and dead message queues. In this blog post we will cover the persistent messaging feature Reject Message to...

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  • How to Harness and Expose the Business Value of Events with Event API Products

    How to Harness and Expose the Business Value of Events with Event API Products

    As humans, our inherent desire is to create value for those around us. It doesn’t matter what we’re doing, it’s just what we innately want to do. We all have something valuable to offer, whether...

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  • Stateless Microservices Example: Using Delayed Delivery Queues in Your Event Mesh to Implement Timers

    Stateless Microservices Example: Using Delayed Delivery Queues in Your Event Mesh to Implement Timers

    When building an application using a microservices architecture, it is much easier to horizontally scale those microservices – i.e, adding more service instances on demand – when those...

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  • How to Keep Your Event Mesh Happy and Avoid Downtime with PubSub+ Insights

    How to Keep Your Event Mesh Happy and Avoid Downtime with PubSub+ Insights

    PubSub+ event broker services are being used in increasingly sophisticated business applications. SBB (Swiss Rail) for example, who runs the highest-trafficked railway system in the world, uses...

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  • Solace Joins Gartner Peer Insights “Customer First” Program for Event Streaming Platforms

    Solace Joins Gartner Peer Insights “Customer First” Program for Event Streaming Platforms

    The team at Solace is excited to announce that we have pledged to be a Customer First vendor in the event stream processing market with PubSub+ Event Broker and PubSub+ Event Portal. To learn what...

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  • Unifying Synchronous & Asynchronous API Management with WSO2 & Solace

    Unifying Synchronous & Asynchronous API Management with WSO2 & Solace

    API management is a well-established way of publicizing, governing, and managing synchronous APIs for internal and external consumption across the enterprise, partners, and customers. However,...

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  • From SOA to EDA: The Evolution of Enterprise Architecture in Financial Services

    From SOA to EDA: The Evolution of Enterprise Architecture in Financial Services

    Businesses succeed by constantly creating differentiated customer experiences that drive value for their shareholders. They do so by leveraging their assets, credibility, customer bases, and...

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  • Solace PubSub+ vs Kafka: High Availability

    Solace PubSub+ vs Kafka: High Availability

    This blog post is part of a series of blog posts comparing Apache Kafka with Solace PubSub+ broker. The first introduced the basics, the second explained how their implementation of...

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  • AsyncAPI vs OpenAPI: Answers to Your Burning Questions About the Two Most Popular API Specs

    AsyncAPI vs OpenAPI: Answers to Your Burning Questions About the Two Most Popular API Specs

    AsyncAPI and OpenAPI are different ways of defining application programming interfaces (APIs), also commonly known as API specs. Both API specs serve a crucial role in defining and governing...

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  • How an Event Mesh Helps Ecosteer Decentralize Data Ownership and Monetization

    How an Event Mesh Helps Ecosteer Decentralize Data Ownership and Monetization

    Learn why Ecosteer builts its GDRP-compliant Data Ownership Platform on an event mesh powered by PubSub+. The post How an Event Mesh Helps Ecosteer Decentralize Data Ownership and Monetization...

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  • Solace PubSub+ vs Kafka: Filtering

    Solace PubSub+ vs Kafka: Filtering

    This blog post is part of a series of blog posts comparing Apache Kafka with Solace PubSub+ Event Broker. The first introduced the basics, the second explained how their implementation of...

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