A connected world means connected industries, and PubSub+ is deployed in just about all of them—whether they exist in the oceans, outer space, or somewhere in between.
Enabling new cloud-native technologies, modern microservices, the IoT and mobile devices can be challenging. And what about if you need to integrate them with legacy apps and infrastructures? We’re glad you asked.
The premier IoT advanced event broker, PubSub+ maintains continuous connections with millions of devices, intelligently filtering and routing information so it’s only sent to the applications and devices that need it.
“What’s unique is how well we work in any PaaS layer, how we help developers get shit done without admins and enable them to easily create event-driven interactions between their cloud-native apps and the rest of their enterprise.”
PubSub+ is accessible via APIs for the most popular programming languages, and supports all of the latest open APIs and protocols so you can take a best-of-breed approach to application infrastructure and never get locked in to any technology—not even ours.
Microservices can increase agility exponentially if architects can leave behind their static, stove-piped, monolithic thinking. As Nathaniel Schutta put it: “The road to microservices is paved with good intentions.”
The combination of an iPaaS and an advanced event broker such as PubSub+ gives enterprises all the modern technology they need to cap their legacy estate, grow their cloud estate, and ensure incomplete data integration doesn’t stall their digital transformation.
An event mesh is an architecture layer composed of advanced event brokers that allow events from one application to be dynamically routed and received by any other application no matter where these applications are deployed (no cloud, private cloud, public cloud).
Use your favorite tools to accelerate and automate the development, testing and production deployment of our advanced event broker technologies.
The Solace approach to big data eliminates the platform proliferation problem associated with using ingestion-only solutions, keeping your architecture simple for easy manageability, maximum robustness and elastic scalability.