Solace with Google

Resources for how Solace PubSub+ can, with little-to-no coding, seamlessly connect Google Cloud Platform services with apps across your enterprise.

  • How to Connect PubSub+ to Google Cloud Functions2:37

    How to Connect PubSub+ to Google Cloud Functions

    Extend your event-driven architecture with serverless applications in Google with the new PubSub+ click-to-connect wizard.

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  • Bringing Asynchronous Messaging to a RESTful world with Solace and Apigee

    Bringing Asynchronous Messaging to a RESTful world with Solace and Apigee

    In order to demonstrate the power of combining traditional API management concepts and technologies with the increasing need for event-driven data distribution and interaction, we jointly deployed...

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  • Using IoT and Machine Learning for Predictive Maintenance: Managing Sensor Data with Google Cloud Dataflow and PubSub+

    Using IoT and Machine Learning for Predictive Maintenance: Managing Sensor Data with Google Cloud Dataflow and PubSub+

    PubSub+ can enable IoT sensor data to flow machine learning services to reduce TCO of expensive manufacturing equipment and gain competitive advantage. The post Using IoT and Machine Learning for...

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  • Solace PubSub+ with GCP

    Solace PubSub+ with GCP

    Use PubSub+ to connect GCP services with apps across your enterprise with little to no coding.

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  • Getting Started With PubSub+ Connector for Beam: I/O14:51

    Getting Started With PubSub+ Connector for Beam: I/O

    A 15-min video about the PubSub+ connector for Apache Beam.

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  • Case Study: Grasshopper Customer Success Story

    Case Study: Grasshopper Customer Success Story

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  • Unpacking Google Anthos, “GKE everywhere,” and the service mesh/event mesh relationship

    Unpacking Google Anthos, “GKE everywhere,” and the service mesh/event mesh relationship

    Two weeks ago, Google announced Anthos – an enterprise hybrid and multi-cloud platform – to great fanfare. Powered by Kubernetes, Anthos aims to make it easier to run cloud-based apps in any cloud...

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