Event Management for Apache Kafka

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 to discover your Kafka event streams, represent it in a graphical view, and make it easy to share and reuse events. Basically, you need an API portal, but for asynchronous, event-driven applications.

That is why we have developed PubSub+ Event Portal. This event management toolset makes it easy for you to discover, visualize, catalog and share your Apache Kafka event streams, including those from Confluent and Amazon MSK.

Watch the demo: solace.com/EPDemo

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