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Open-source AWS EventBridge alternative
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Developer-friendly CLI
Runs on Docker or natively on Kubernetes
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Adenza
GitLab
ManoMano
ONUG
PNS Bank
Pragna
SAP
WMWARE

Easily capture, route, and deliver events

Get started and create your first Broker in minutes.Then, create event source and targets. Pick between an interactive CLI or declarative YAML configuration.
Get started
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brew install triggermesh/cli/tmctl
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tmctl create broker mybroker
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tmctl send-event {“hello”:”world”}
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curl -sSfL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/triggermesh/tmctl/HEAD/hack/install.sh | sh
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tmctl create broker mybroker
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tmctl send-event {“hello”:”world”}
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tmctl create source awss3 --eventTypes s3:ObjectCreated:* --arn <bucket:arn>
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tmctl create target cloudevents --endpoint https://example.com/my-function --source mybroker-awss3source
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apiVersion: sources.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: AWSS3Source
metadata:
  name: s3source
spec:
  arn: <arn>

  eventTypes:
  - s3:ObjectCreated:*

  auth:
    credentials:
      accessKeyID:
        valueFromSecret:
          name: awscreds
          key: aws_access_key_id
      secretAccessKey:
        valueFromSecret:
          name: awscreds
          key: aws_secret_access_key

  sink:
    ref:
      apiVersion: eventing.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
      kind: RedisBroker
      name: mybroker

---

apiVersion: eventing.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: Trigger
metadata:
  name: s3trigger
spec:
  broker:
    kind: RedisBroker
    group: eventing.triggermesh.io
    name: mybroker
  filters:
  - any:
    - exact:
        type: s3:ObjectCreated:*
  target:
    ref:
       apiVersion: v1alpha1
       kind: CloudEventsTarget
       name: mybroker-cloudeventstarget

---

apiVersion: targets.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: CloudEventsTarget
metadata:
  name: mybroker-cloudeventstarget
spec:
  endpoint: https://example.com/my-function
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tmctl create source awscodecommit --arn <arn> --branch master --eventTypes com.amazon.codecommit.pull_request
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tmctl create target cloudevents --endpoint https://example.com/pii-scan-function.py --source broker-awscodecommitsource
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apiVersion: sources.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: AWSCodeCommitSource
metadata:
  name: mybroker-awscodecommitsource
spec:
  arn: <arn>
  branch: master

  eventTypes:
  - pull_request

  auth:
    credentials:
      accessKeyID:
        valueFromSecret:
          name: awscreds
          key: aws_access_key_id
      secretAccessKey:
        valueFromSecret:
          name: awscreds
          key: aws_secret_access_key

  sink:
    ref:
      apiVersion: eventing.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
      kind: RedisBroker
      name: mybroker

---

apiVersion: eventing.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: Trigger
metadata:
  name: codecommittrigger
spec:
  broker:
    kind: RedisBroker
    group: eventing.triggermesh.io
    name: mybroker
  filters:
  - any:
    - exact:
        type: com.amazon.codecommit.pull_request
  target:
    ref:
       apiVersion: v1alpha1
       kind: CloudEventsTarget
       name: mybroker-cloudeventstarget

---

apiVersion: targets.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: CloudEventsTarget
metadata:
  name: mybroker-cloudeventstarget
spec:
  endpoint: https://example.com/pii-scan-function.py
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tmctl create source googlecloudauditlogs --serviceName reports.googleapis.com --methodName google.admin.reports.v1.suspicious_login --pubsub.project my-project --serviceAccountKey $(cat ./key.txt)
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tmctl create target kafka --topic suspicious-logins --bootstrapServers 127.0.0.1:47561 --source broker-googlecloudauditlogs
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apiVersion: sources.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: GoogleCloudAuditLogsSource
metadata:
  name: auditlogssource
spec:
  serviceName: reports.googleapis.com
  methodName: google.admin.reports.v1.suspicious_login

  pubsub:
    project: my-project
    # Alternatively, provide a pre-existing Pub/Sub topic:
    # topic: projects/my-project/topics/my-topic

  serviceAccountKey:
    value: >-
      {
        "type": "service_account",
        "project_id": "my-project",
        "private_key_id": "0000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
        "private_key": "-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----\nMIIE...\n-----END PRIVATE KEY-----\n",
        "client_email": "triggermesh-auditlogs-source@my-project.iam.gserviceaccount.com",
        "client_id": "000000000000000000000",
        "auth_uri": "https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/auth",
        "token_uri": "https://oauth2.googleapis.com/token",
        "auth_provider_x509_cert_url": "https://www.googleapis.com/oauth2/v1/certs",
        "client_x509_cert_url": "https://www.googleapis.com/robot/v1/metadata/x509/triggermesh-auditlogs-source%40my-project.iam.gserviceaccount.com"
      }

  sink:
    ref:
      apiVersion: eventing.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
      kind: RedisBroker
      name: mybroker

---

apiVersion: eventing.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: Trigger
metadata:
  name: auditlogstrigger
spec:
  broker:
    kind: RedisBroker
    group: eventing.triggermesh.io
    name: mybroker
  filters:
  - any:
    - exact:
        type: com.google.cloud.auditlogs.message
  target:
    ref:
       apiVersion: v1alpha1
       kind: KafkaTarget
       name: mybroker-kafkatarget

---

apiVersion: targets.triggermesh.io/v1alpha1
kind: KafkaTarget
metadata:
  name: mybroker-kafkatarget
spec:
  bootstrapServers:
  - 127.0.0.1:47561
  topic: suspicous-logins
  auth:
    saslEnable: true
    tlsEnable: false
    securityMechanism: PLAIN
    username: admin
    password:
      value: admin-secret

Introducing TriggerMesh

Who is it For?

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Platform Engineers

Empower developers in your organization to write code that reacts to events from any cloud service or in-house application. Increase agility and reduce lead time. Keep producers and consumers decoupled.

See how ManoMano does it
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Integration Developers

Connect SaaS applications and on-prem systems to unleash new productivity and innovation. Be agile and incremental and avoid bottlenecks.

Checkout our list of connectors
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B2B Software Vendors

Grow your business by expanding your target market and landing more deals. TriggerMesh lets you quickly add new event flows and integrations to your software without disrupting core R&D efforts.

Ingest 3rd-party cloud audit logs

How It Works

Brokers provide unified access to events

Events from all sources are centralized in a broker in a standard format based on CloudEvents. Uniformly use Triggers to filter for specific events and route them to any destination.

A broker can be memory-only, backed Redis for durability, or leverage Knative.

Easily transform events

Add, move, or delete, or modify event metadata or content to match the requirements of event consumers. Remove useless fields to save bandwidth or hide sensitive information.

Use the TriggerMesh low-code transformation language, or for more flexibility you can write functions in python, node or ruby.

Built-in event types and schemas

When you connect a new source to a broker, it will know the types of events produced by that source. Use this information to simplify the writing of filters and transformations.

Archive and replay past events (preview)

TriggerMesh lets you archive events to longer term storage to be replayed at a later time.

Replay events to a new consumer, or recover from an issue by replaying already processed events to a recently patched service.

Run on Docker or natively on Kubernetes

TriggerMesh runs natively in Kubernetes thanks to its open-source custom resources and controllers. Bring events from any source into any containerised environment. Handle scaling, reliability, and auth the Kubernetes way.

It now also runs on just Docker, for easy local development and simpler deployments.

Connectors

Effortlessly integrate with the most popular event sources and destinations, or use standards like HTTP to ingest and deliver events to and from anywhere.
GitHub
GitHub
Twilio
Twilio
Slack
Slack
Zendesk
Zendesk
Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch
Splunk
Splunk
Confluent
Confluent
AWS lambda
AWS lambda
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Google Sheets
Google Sheets
Google Pub/Sub
Google Pub/Sub
AWS Cognito
AWS Cognito
AWS Dynamo DB
AWS Dynamo DB
AWS SQS
AWS SQS
AWS Code Commit
AWS Code Commit
Azure Event Hubs
Azure Event Hubs
OracleDB
OracleDB
Apache Kafka
Apache Kafka
AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda
AWS SNS
AWS SNS
AWS Kinesis
AWS Kinesis
AWS S3
AWS S3
Google Storage
Google Storage
Webhooks
Webhooks
Salesforce
Salesforce
Azure Activity Logs
Azure Activity Logs
Azure Blob Storage
Azure Blob Storage
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Datadog
Datadog
Hasura
Hasura
Logz.io
Logz.io
SendGrid
SendGrid
Splunk
Splunk
Tekton
Tekton
HTTP
HTTP
HTTP Poller
HTTP Poller
OCIMetrics
OCIMetrics
Zendesk
Zendesk
Azure EventGrid
Azure EventGrid
Azure IoT Hub
Azure IoT Hub
JIra
JIra
IBM MQ
IBM MQ
AWS CloudWatch
AWS CloudWatch
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS Comprehend
AWS Comprehend
Alibaba OSS
Alibaba OSS
Google Cloud Firestore
Google Cloud Firestore
Google Cloud Workflows
Google Cloud Workflows
Google Cloud Billing
Google Cloud Billing
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Service Bus
Azure Service Bus
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Azure Sentinel
Azure Sentinel
CloudEvents
CloudEvents
GitHub
GitHub
Twilio
Twilio
Slack
Slack
Zendesk
Zendesk
Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch
Splunk
Splunk
Confluent
Confluent
AWS lambda
AWS lambda
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Google Sheets
Google Sheets
Google Pub/Sub
Google Pub/Sub
AWS Cognito
AWS Cognito
AWS Dynamo DB
AWS Dynamo DB
AWS SQS
AWS SQS
AWS Code Commit
AWS Code Commit
Azure Event Hubs
Azure Event Hubs
OracleDB
OracleDB
Apache Kafka
Apache Kafka
AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda
AWS SNS
AWS SNS
AWS Kinesis
AWS Kinesis
AWS S3
AWS S3
Google Storage
Google Storage
Webhooks
Webhooks
Salesforce
Salesforce
Azure Activity Logs
Azure Activity Logs
Azure Blob Storage
Azure Blob Storage
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Datadog
Datadog
Hasura
Hasura
Logz.io
Logz.io
SendGrid
SendGrid
Splunk
Splunk
Tekton
Tekton
HTTP
HTTP
HTTP Poller
HTTP Poller
OCIMetrics
OCIMetrics
Zendesk
Zendesk
Azure EventGrid
Azure EventGrid
Azure IoT Hub
Azure IoT Hub
JIra
JIra
IBM MQ
IBM MQ
AWS CloudWatch
AWS CloudWatch
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS Comprehend
AWS Comprehend
Alibaba OSS
Alibaba OSS
Google Cloud Firestore
Google Cloud Firestore
Google Cloud Workflows
Google Cloud Workflows
Google Cloud Billing
Google Cloud Billing
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Service Bus
Azure Service Bus
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Azure Sentinel
Azure Sentinel
CloudEvents
CloudEvents
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Queue Storage
Confluent
Confluent
Splunk
Splunk
Logz.io
Logz.io
Azure Activity Logs
Azure Activity Logs
Datadog
Datadog
Zendesk
Zendesk
HTTP
HTTP
Slack
Slack
AWS Cognito
AWS Cognito
AWS SNS
AWS SNS
AWS Code Commit
AWS Code Commit
AWS S3
AWS S3
Azure Sentinel
Azure Sentinel
Azure IoT Hub
Azure IoT Hub
Google Pub/Sub
Google Pub/Sub
IBM MQ
IBM MQ
AWS lambda
AWS lambda
Google Sheets
Google Sheets
Azure EventGrid
Azure EventGrid
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS CloudWatch Logs
Hasura
Hasura
Splunk
Splunk
Azure Service Bus
Azure Service Bus
AWS Comprehend
AWS Comprehend
CloudEvents
CloudEvents
AWS SQS
AWS SQS
Alibaba OSS
Alibaba OSS
OCIMetrics
OCIMetrics
Zendesk
Zendesk
Google Storage
Google Storage
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Webhooks
Webhooks
Twilio
Twilio
OracleDB
OracleDB
Google Cloud Firestore
Google Cloud Firestore
Tekton
Tekton
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Google Cloud Billing
Google Cloud Billing
Apache Kafka
Apache Kafka
Azure Event Hubs
Azure Event Hubs
AWS Kinesis
AWS Kinesis
AWS Dynamo DB
AWS Dynamo DB
SendGrid
SendGrid
Salesforce
Salesforce
Azure Blob Storage
Azure Blob Storage
AWS CloudWatch
AWS CloudWatch
HTTP Poller
HTTP Poller
Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch
AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda
GitHub
GitHub
Google Cloud Workflows
Google Cloud Workflows
JIra
JIra
HTTP
HTTP
Azure Sentinel
Azure Sentinel
AWS Cognito
AWS Cognito
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Azure Event Hubs
Azure Event Hubs
Slack
Slack
Azure IoT Hub
Azure IoT Hub
OCIMetrics
OCIMetrics
IBM MQ
IBM MQ
SendGrid
SendGrid
AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda
AWS Dynamo DB
AWS Dynamo DB
Azure Service Bus
Azure Service Bus
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Salesforce
Salesforce
Splunk
Splunk
Azure Activity Logs
Azure Activity Logs
Confluent
Confluent
Hasura
Hasura
AWS CloudWatch
AWS CloudWatch
AWS SQS
AWS SQS
Zendesk
Zendesk
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Queue Storage
Apache Kafka
Apache Kafka
Google Cloud Workflows
Google Cloud Workflows
GitHub
GitHub
Alibaba OSS
Alibaba OSS
Azure Blob Storage
Azure Blob Storage
Google Cloud Billing
Google Cloud Billing
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS lambda
AWS lambda
OracleDB
OracleDB
AWS Code Commit
AWS Code Commit
Google Sheets
Google Sheets
AWS Kinesis
AWS Kinesis
AWS S3
AWS S3
HTTP Poller
HTTP Poller
JIra
JIra
Google Storage
Google Storage
Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch
Azure EventGrid
Azure EventGrid
Google Pub/Sub
Google Pub/Sub
Zendesk
Zendesk
Datadog
Datadog
Webhooks
Webhooks
CloudEvents
CloudEvents
Google Cloud Firestore
Google Cloud Firestore
Tekton
Tekton
AWS SNS
AWS SNS
Logz.io
Logz.io
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Twilio
Twilio
Splunk
Splunk
AWS Comprehend
AWS Comprehend
Azure EventGrid
Azure EventGrid
JIra
JIra
AWS Code Commit
AWS Code Commit
OracleDB
OracleDB
AWS CloudWatch
AWS CloudWatch
AWS Cognito
AWS Cognito
SendGrid
SendGrid
AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda
Azure IoT Hub
Azure IoT Hub
OCIMetrics
OCIMetrics
Tekton
Tekton
AWS S3
AWS S3
GitHub
GitHub
CloudEvents
CloudEvents
Webhooks
Webhooks
Apache Kafka
Apache Kafka
Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Azure Activity Logs
Azure Activity Logs
Google Cloud Workflows
Google Cloud Workflows
Zendesk
Zendesk
HTTP
HTTP
Azure Service Bus
Azure Service Bus
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Zendesk
Zendesk
AWS Dynamo DB
AWS Dynamo DB
Datadog
Datadog
AWS Comprehend
AWS Comprehend
Twilio
Twilio
Google Pub/Sub
Google Pub/Sub
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
HTTP Poller
HTTP Poller
Confluent
Confluent
AWS lambda
AWS lambda
Azure Sentinel
Azure Sentinel
Salesforce
Salesforce
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Queue Storage
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS CloudWatch Logs
Google Storage
Google Storage
Google Cloud Billing
Google Cloud Billing
Alibaba OSS
Alibaba OSS
Logz.io
Logz.io
Azure Event Hubs
Azure Event Hubs
Azure Blob Storage
Azure Blob Storage
IBM MQ
IBM MQ
Google Sheets
Google Sheets
Google Cloud Firestore
Google Cloud Firestore
AWS SNS
AWS SNS
Splunk
Splunk
AWS Kinesis
AWS Kinesis
Slack
Slack
Splunk
Splunk
Hasura
Hasura
AWS SQS
AWS SQS
HTTP
HTTP
Azure Sentinel
Azure Sentinel
AWS Comprehend
AWS Comprehend
Google Sheets
Google Sheets
Zendesk
Zendesk
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Service Bus
Azure Service Bus
Twilio
Twilio
OCIMetrics
OCIMetrics
Google Storage
Google Storage
JIra
JIra
Salesforce
Salesforce
SendGrid
SendGrid
AWS Cognito
AWS Cognito
Azure Blob Storage
Azure Blob Storage
Google Cloud Workflows
Google Cloud Workflows
Zendesk
Zendesk
AWS Kinesis
AWS Kinesis
Alibaba OSS
Alibaba OSS
Apache Kafka
Apache Kafka
AWS CloudWatch
AWS CloudWatch
Confluent
Confluent
Splunk
Splunk
AWS Dynamo DB
AWS Dynamo DB
IBM MQ
IBM MQ
Slack
Slack
AWS lambda
AWS lambda
Google Cloud Billing
Google Cloud Billing
AWS CloudWatch Logs
AWS CloudWatch Logs
Google Pub/Sub
Google Pub/Sub
AWS SNS
AWS SNS
Splunk
Splunk
Google Cloud Firestore
Google Cloud Firestore
OracleDB
OracleDB
AWS S3
AWS S3
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Google Cloud Audit Logs
Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch
Azure EventGrid
Azure EventGrid
GitHub
GitHub
Tekton
Tekton
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
AWS EventBridge
Datadog
Datadog
Azure Event Hubs
Azure Event Hubs
CloudEvents
CloudEvents
AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda
Logz.io
Logz.io
Azure IoT Hub
Azure IoT Hub
Webhooks
Webhooks
AWS SQS
AWS SQS
HTTP Poller
HTTP Poller
AWS Code Commit
AWS Code Commit
Azure Activity Logs
Azure Activity Logs
Hasura
Hasura

Case Studies

ManoMano

Accelerate Event Driven Test Engineering at ManoMano

TriggerMesh is scratching ManoMano’s itch to reduce the number of idling containers that waste valuable compute resources, while also providing developers with an easy way to deploy their code that consumes AWS events.

Read the blog post
PNC

Fortune 500 Bank Automates Software Supply Chain Security with TriggerMesh

The previously manual 30-day process now runs automatically and finishes in a few hours.

All event processing code runs as auto-scalable serverless functions, easily accommodating demand peaks, and only consuming the compute resources needed.

PNC case study
Salesforce

Global FinTech Accelerates Event Flow from Salesforce to On-premises Kafka

The streamlined EDA with TriggerMesh reduced complexity by 50%, significantly speeding up the implementation of new Application Flows between Salesforce and Kafka. The simplified architecture also reduces technical debt and shrinks the attack surface, making the systems even more stable and secure.

Check out the use case

Create your first event flow in under 5 minutes