Welcome to Solace Labs

Solace Labs offers code-based technology via open source projects, data movement for open standards and open APIs that support open data movement. Our goal is to provide open tools and examples that enable flexible, robust and innovative open data movement across existing and emerging technologies alike.

Our vision :

  • Messaging APIs, client-side libraries and brokers that are solid, secure and of high-quality.
  • Open, standards-driven programming interfaces replacing proprietary.
  • Development of solutions that innovate on messaging in diverse fields.
  • A community that is enjoyable and rewarding to participate in
  • A project that is socially responsible
  • A project dedicated to maintaining the trust of its users

We’d like to hear from you.

Find us on IRC on Freenode.net, channel #solace_labs
or email us at solacelabs@solace.com

Featured Code

Solace Messaging Spring Cloud Connectors

This project provides an implementation of the ServiceInfo and ServiceInfoCreator interfaces to extend the Spring Cloud Connectors project to the Solace Messaging Cloud Foundry service.


Using this in your Spring application can make consuming the Solace messaging service simpler than straight parsing of the VCAP_SERVICES environment variable.

Find out more at the project repo, https://github.com/SolaceLabs/sl-spring-cloud-connectors.

For a nice introduction to Cloud Connectors and an overview of the options for extending Spring Cloud, please visit the Cloud Spring site.

Featured Demos


IoT Reference Architecture in AWS

This project provides a guide to enabling an IoT reference architecture in AWS. This architecture is presently best suited for use cases where there is a large amount of messages towards the core connected services, but few messages downbound to devices.


Solace supports all of the popular open standards, APIs and protocols.

Solace is actively involved the advancement of open standards with involvement in the creation of MQTT and AMQP and as a member of the Steering Committee for OpenMAMA.

Find out more on our latest work with AMQP on our blog.