PubSub+ Event Portal

PubSub+ Event Portal makes it easier to deploy events and event-driven applications by showing if your design is in sync with reality in runtime.

  • Solace Winter Product Update 20211:01:22

    Solace Winter Product Update 2021

    Chief Technology & Product Officer Shawn McAllister and an array of product experts demonstrate new product enhancements that make it easier to deploy, integrate and manage PubSub+ Platform.

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  • What We Announced in our Winter Solace Product Update

    What We Announced in our Winter Solace Product Update

    One of my favorite things about my role as Solace’s chief product officer is talking with customers about how they use PubSub+ Platform, what they like most about it, and what we could do to make...

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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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  • Demo: Unifying Synchronous & Asynchronous API Management with WSO2 & Solace17:07

    Demo: Unifying Synchronous & Asynchronous API Management with WSO2 & Solace

    This demo shows how PubSub+ Event Portal can be used to create asynchronous APIs under the AsyncAPI specification and how they can be managed within the WSO2 platform alongside synchronous APIs.

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  • Overview: API Management for Event-Driven APIs with Solace and WSO22:41

    Overview: API Management for Event-Driven APIs with Solace and WSO2

    Find out how Solace PubSub+ Event Portal and WSO2 API Manager can be used to publicize, govern, and manage both synchronous (RESTful) and asynchronous (evented) APIs within the same toolset.

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  • How to Get Started with PubSub+ Event Portal11:04

    How to Get Started with PubSub+ Event Portal

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  • Five Simple Steps to Discover your Solace Event Streams using PubSub+ Event Portal

    Five Simple Steps to Discover your Solace Event Streams using PubSub+ Event Portal

    One of the most useful features of PubSub+ Event Portal for modeling event-driven applications is the ability to discover, catalog and visualize your runtime. We know this because enterprise...

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  • Demo: How to discover, visualize, catalog, share and reuse your Kafka Streams17:12

    Demo: How to discover, visualize, catalog, share and reuse your Kafka Streams

    A walk through the three capabilities of PubSub+ Event Portal (designer, catalog, discovery) using a rideshare application example.

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Demo24:52

    PubSub+ Event Portal Demo

    A quick look at what it takes to design and implement a rideshare application and how PubSub+ Event Portal can help architects and developers collaborate and manage events within an ecosystem.

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  • Dynamic Topics and Subscriptions Now Available in PubSub+ Event Portal!

    Dynamic Topics and Subscriptions Now Available in PubSub+ Event Portal!

    If you’re an event-driven geek like me, you’ll be very excited to hear that our event management tool PubSub+ Event Portal can now show you, in real-time, the implications of changes to your...

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 1: Designer7:13

    PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 1: Designer

    A PubSub+ Event Portal demo to demonstrate how to use Designer to create application domains, apps, events, and schemas.

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 2: Catalog2:37

    PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 2: Catalog

    A PubSub+ Event Portal demo to show how to use the Catalog to search for event-driven designs using tags and filters.

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 3: Discovery4:51

    PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 3: Discovery

    A PubSub+ Event Portal demo to demonstrate how to discover your runtime events and import them into Designer.

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 4: Evolve Design4:27

    PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 4: Evolve Design

    A PubSub+ Event Portal demo to demonstrate how to evolve and extend your design by adding new applications and attracting subscriptions.

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 5: Lifecycle Management0:40

    PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 5: Lifecycle Management

    A PubSub+ Event Portal demo to demonstrate how to view your design revisions.

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 6: Event API Products2:15

    PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 6: Event API Products

    This PubSub+ Event Portal demo shows you how to create Event API Products from your existing events and release them to other stakeholders.

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 7: AsyncAPI0:44

    PubSub+ Event Portal Demo Part 7: AsyncAPI

    A PubSub+ Event Portal demo to demonstrate how to export an AsyncAPI spec for your applications and start developing your application.

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  • Automating Broker Configuration Using the Solace PubSub+ Event Portal API

    Automating Broker Configuration Using the Solace PubSub+ Event Portal API

    Solace’s PubSub+ Event Portal offers users of event-based applications a design, management, and governance platform for their event interactions. Many users start with the interactive user...

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  • Stop Playing Whack-a-Mole with Your Kafka Event Streams!

    Stop Playing Whack-a-Mole with Your Kafka Event Streams!

    An architect once told us that managing his Kafka event streams was like playing a game of data whack-a-mole. He couldn’t determine which event streams were available, which applications were...

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal Overview

    PubSub+ Event Portal Overview

    PubSub+ Event Portal is a single place to design, create, discover, share, secure, manage and visualize all events within a system.

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