With its message router appliances, Solace has embedded data movement logic and protocols into high-speed FPGAs and Network Processors to eliminate the latency and unpredictability associated with OS interrupts and context switching. All of Solace’s messaging capabilities are accessible through a unified API that’s available for common operating systems and programming languages. Solace message router appliances are easy to deploy, manage and upgrade over time, and feature an admin framework that’s easy to integrate with existing management tools and security systems so you can secure your system and troubleshoot faults.

Models

Solace 3530

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The Solace 3530 message router appliance offers real-time data movement in a compact, easy to use form factor that meets the needs of mid-sized businesses, multiple departments and remote datacenters.

Solace 3560

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The Solace 3560 message router appliance offers the capacity and robustness to support the most demanding enterprise messaging, big data, cloud computing and Internet of Things applications.

Expansion Cards
Slots 6 8
Field Serviceable Yes Yes
Control Plane Standard High Performance
Connectivity
I/O Card 4x1GE 4x1GE, 8x1GE, 2x10GE, 6x10GE
Max LAN Connections 6,000 9,000
Max Internet Connections 6,000 200,000
Reliable Messaging
Max Message Rate 7 milllion msgs/sec 24 milllion msgs/sec
Average Latency 28µs at 1M msgs/sec 18µs at 1M msgs/sec
Guaranteed Messaging
Max Message Rate 75,000 msgs/sec 450,000 msgs/sec
Max Data Throughput 1 Gbps 5 Gbps
Max Queue 240M messages, 800GB 10B messages, 6TB
Average Latency 75µs at 30k msgs/sec 75µs at 140k msgs/sec

Common Capabilities and Features

Enterprise Messaging

  • Publish/Subscribe and Request/Reply
  • Reliable and guaranteed delivery
  • Transport over TCP and/or HTTP

Web Messaging

  • WebSocket, HTTP streaming and Comet long polling
  • APIs: JavaScript/HTML5, iOS, .NET, Flash and Silverlight

High Availability

  • 99.9% reliability
  • Active-Active or Active-Standby redundancy via VRRP
  • Chassis based system with discrete data and control planes

Security

  • Per client authentication via Radius, LDAP, or Local
  • Publisher, subscriber and IP layer access control lists

Distribution

  • Integrated routing protocols for WAN between data centers, with support for reliable and guaranteed messaging
  • Per topic, per subscriber rate control (eliding) for consumers who can’t consume messages at real-time rate
  • Streaming compression with clients and/or between appliances

Virtualization

  • Ability to virtualize application groups on the same physical Solace message router with complete message isolation.

Integration

  • API support for Java, C, .NET
  • Java Messaging Service (JMS) with integrated JNDI
  • Full API interoperability
  • Structured data types

Monitoring & Management

  • Deep per-client and per-message statistics from layer 1 to layer 7
  • Syslog, SNMP and SEMP for message logging and monitoring
  • SolAdmin GUI
  • Hands-off management with wake-on LAN

Other

  • Streaming GZIP compression, configurable on a per-client basis
  • Integrated ITRS plug-in for full Solace monitoring
  • Last value caching with all request/ reply semantics built into the API.
  • TS Associates integration for latency monitoring

Hardware and Networking Specifications

Safety Approvals

  • UL 60950-1 2nd Ed. (Including AM 1:2011)
  • CSA 22.2 No. 60950-1-07 (Including Amendment 1)
  • IEC 60950-1:2005 + Am 1:2009

EMC Approvals

  • FCC Part 15 Class A
  • EN55022 Class A
  • EN55024
  • EN61000-3-2/3
  • CISPR 22: Ed. 6.0 2008-09

Interfaces

  • Ethernet 1000BaseT
  • Ethernet 10G Base SR (3560 only)
  • Fibre Channel 4/2/1Gbps auto-negotiation
  • RS232

Protocols

  • TCP/IP
  • Fibre Channel
  • Ethernet IEEE Std 803.2ab
  • Ethernet IEEE Std 802.3ae
  • Ethernet Link Aggregation IEEE Std 802.3ad