Solace with Kafka

Solace makes it easier to connect your Kafka-based apps with the rest of your enterprise using a simple, dynamic and open event mesh.

  • PubSub+ Event Portal for Kafka is Now Generally Available!23:06

    PubSub+ Event Portal for Kafka is Now Generally Available!

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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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  • Five Reasons to Extend Apache Kafka With An Enterprise Message Broker - Ventana Research12:21

    Five Reasons to Extend Apache Kafka With An Enterprise Message Broker - Ventana Research

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  • Using PubSub+ Event Portal for Support and Visualization of your Kafka Streams

    Using PubSub+ Event Portal for Support and Visualization of your Kafka Streams

    One of the persistent challenges with a distributed architecture—like with Kafka—is the ability to design your streams for reuse and supportability. This is especially true for large enterprises,...

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  • How to Discover, Visualize, Catalog, Share and Reuse your Kafka Streams29:41

    How to Discover, Visualize, Catalog, Share and Reuse your Kafka Streams

    Ever wish you had a way to view and visualize graphically the relationships between schemas, topics and applications? This webinar shows you how to do that and get more value from your Kafka streams.

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  • Gaining Visibility and Control for Apache Kafka Event Streams14:40

    Gaining Visibility and Control for Apache Kafka Event Streams

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  • Demo: How to discover, visualize, catalog, share and reuse your Kafka Streams18:48

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

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal for Apache Kafka Intro Video2:02

    PubSub+ Event Portal for Apache Kafka Intro Video

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  • Why Architects Need Tools for Apache Kafka Service Discovery, Auditing, and Topology Visualization

    Why Architects Need Tools for Apache Kafka Service Discovery, Auditing, and Topology Visualization

    You’re out of control. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but sometimes we need to hear the truth. You know Apache Kafka, you love Apache Kafka, but as your projects and architecture have...

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  • PubSub+ Event Portal for Apache Kafka Datasheet

    PubSub+ Event Portal for Apache Kafka Datasheet

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  • Why You Need to Look Beyond Kafka for Operational Use Cases, Part 4: Streaming with Dynamic Event Routing

    Why You Need to Look Beyond Kafka for Operational Use Cases, Part 4: Streaming with Dynamic Event Routing

    Preface Over the last few years Apache Kafka has taken the world of analytics by storm, because it’s very good at its intended purpose of aggregating massive amounts of log data and streaming it...

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  • Comparing Solace and Kafka

    Comparing Solace and Kafka

    A quick look at the differences between Solace and Kafka and how they address common data movement use cases.

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  • How the PubSub+ Connector for Kafka Enables Fine-Grained Filtering, Protocol Conversion, and Scalable Delivery

    How the PubSub+ Connector for Kafka Enables Fine-Grained Filtering, Protocol Conversion, and Scalable Delivery

    Kafka is often used to aggregate massive amounts of log data and stream it to analytics engines and big data repositories. In a scenario of processing large amount of collected data, the analysis...

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  • How to Setup and Use PubSub+ Connector for Kafka: Source & Sink16:56

    How to Setup and Use PubSub+ Connector for Kafka: Source & Sink

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  • Why You Need to Look Beyond Kafka for Operational Use Cases, Part 3: Securing the Eventing Platform 

    Why You Need to Look Beyond Kafka for Operational Use Cases, Part 3: Securing the Eventing Platform 

    Securing Apache Kafka can be difficult, whereas Solace event brokers form a platform for integrating enterprise security services in a consistent way that lets you more easily and completely...

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  • Why You Need to Look Beyond Kafka for Operational Use Cases, Part 2: The Importance of Flexible Event Filtering

    Why You Need to Look Beyond Kafka for Operational Use Cases, Part 2: The Importance of Flexible Event Filtering

    Kafka lacks the flexible filtering it takes to let consumers define exactly what events they need. This means you either need to code up your applications to filter the proverbial firehose of data...

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  • Why You Need to Look Beyond Kafka for Operational Use Cases, Part 1: The Need for Filtering and In-Order Delivery

    Why You Need to Look Beyond Kafka for Operational Use Cases, Part 1: The Need for Filtering and In-Order Delivery

    Preface Over the last few years Apache Kafka has taken the world of analytics by storm, because it’s very good at its intended purpose of aggregating massive amounts of log data and streaming it...

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  • The Scalability Downside of Static Topics; Learning from LinkedIn’s Implementation of Apache Kafka

    The Scalability Downside of Static Topics; Learning from LinkedIn’s Implementation of Apache Kafka

    Kafka was born as a stream processing project of LinkedIn’s engineering team, so a recent blog post by two current members of that team titled, How LinkedIn customizes Apache Kafka for 7 trillion...

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  • Solace PubSub+ Connectors: Kafka Connectors Datasheet

    Solace PubSub+ Connectors: Kafka Connectors Datasheet

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  • When Connecting Kafka to Solace PubSub+ Makes Sense

    When Connecting Kafka to Solace PubSub+ Makes Sense

    There is some functional overlap between Solace and Kafka, but if you look at the underlying architecture and operational characteristics of the two tools you’ll realize they solve different...

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