Comparing EDA-Enabling Platforms and Technologies

June 3, 2021

From open-source software like Apache Kafka, Apache ActiveMQ, and RabbitMQ, to commercial event brokers like Confluent Cloud, Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), and Red Hat AMQ, and even to integration technologies like MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform, people considering Solace want to know where we fit, how we stack up and, more broadly, how to think about our platform and the value it can help them realize.

The best response we can offer is to share our perspective on the specific problems and opportunities that can be addressed with our platform, and to do so as clearly and honestly as we can. That’s what this paper is all about.

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