Solace with AWS

  • Extend AWS Scalability Beyond the AWS Cloud with an Event Mesh

    Extend AWS Scalability Beyond the AWS Cloud with an Event Mesh

    AWS gives you unparalleled flexibility and scalability in managing and processing your data. It can help you extend your reach, build innovative solutions, and reduce your time to market. However,...

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  • Enabling Event Streaming for AWS Services

    Enabling Event Streaming for AWS Services

    Learn how to easily stream events between AWS services and all of your applications.

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  • Configuring PubSub+ Event Broker for High Availability in AWS

    Configuring PubSub+ Event Broker for High Availability in AWS

    When architecting a system, it’s important to make sure it’s redundant, resilient, and fault-tolerant so it can carry on if a nodes fails, or even all the nodes in one datacenter fail. PubSub+...

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  • Launching an Amazon EC2 instance with Solace PubSub+ Event Broker

    Launching an Amazon EC2 instance with Solace PubSub+ Event Broker

    In this post, I would like to show you how you can quickly spin up an Amazon EC2 instance with the Solace PubSub+ Event Broker deployed on it. Of course, you can always just use Solace Cloud and...

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  • Integrating Amazon Cloud-native Services with Solace

    Integrating Amazon Cloud-native Services with Solace

    Those Cloud Environments are really starting to catch on It’s no secret developers create applications in Amazon Web Services (AWS) or other cloud environments because it helps them to move...

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  • Solace Available via AWS Quick Start

    Solace Available via AWS Quick Start

    This week AWS announced the release of an AWS Quick Start for the Solace VMR. This AWS Quick Start is one of their “automated gold-standard deployments” which shows how to create secure a fully...

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  • Solace VMR Available in Amazon Web Services Cloud

    Solace VMR Available in Amazon Web Services Cloud

    Solace is ready to support the migration to the cloud. Existing VMR customers will have access to a native AMI of the VMR Enterprise Edition enabling them to host production applications that use...

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