Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud computing platform as a service (PaaS) for application lifecycle automation. It focuses on making cloud-native application development simple. To deploy your application simply cf push. Pivotal Cloud Foundry is a certified Cloud Foundry Provider offering a robust, multi-cloud, highly scalable solution.
Solace PubSub+ for Pivotal Cloud Foundry provides high-performance, robust, enterprise-grade messaging technology over a wide variety of open protocols (including JMS, MQTT, REST, WebSocket), qualities of service (best-effort, guaranteed, transactions) and messaging patterns (publish/subscribe, request/reply, streaming, fanin/fanout).
To learn more, watch this 7-minute introduction and demonstration.
Solace Cloud Stream Binder for PubSub+
Developers building apps with the Spring Cloud Stream framework can now connect their microservices to the Solace PubSub+ event broker and take advantage of easy, full-featured messaging-based integration with other applications, cloud services and connected devices. You can download the binder via GitHub or Maven, and find examples of the Solace PubSub+ Spring Cloud Stream binder in action our samples repository. These samples are a subset of the Spring Cloud Steam samples and focus on Solace PubSub+ configuration and basic functionality. To learn more watch this video:
Webinar: Messaging with Purpose on Pivotal Cloud Foundry
This one hour webinar describes and demonstrates how PubSub+ can give applications and microservices running in Pivotal Cloud Foundry the ability to exchange information using open APIs and protocols. Jonathan Schabowsky of Solace’s office of the CTO shows how easily you can enable real-time communications between microservices with the new PubSub+ for PCF tile, and how you can integrate PubSub+ into your application infrastructure.
Taming Data Movement Complexity Podcast
Hear Solace CTO Shawn McAllister discuss our Pivotal tile as part of the Pivotal Insights podcast.
Connected Vehicle Monitoring Demo
This demo simulates a connected vehicle tracking scenario a lot like something we’ve helped one of our customers deploy. In this case, we’ll be tracking car sensor data to show different kinds of maintenance events and faults, and can give individual users the ability to be “tracked” and manually log maintenance faults to see them reflected on the monitoring side of things.