Since closing our Financing round in January, we have expanded our global development team, adding cloud, event-driven, Kubernetes, and UX experts to the team.
This group has been adding features non-stop. Our latest release, which hit last week, includes two industry firsts:
Our September release also allows you to create a TriggerMesh Bridge with multiple sources and multiple targets.
With the TriggerMesh Salesforce event source, you can easily send event data from Salesforce to on-premises Kafka clusters and to any of our growing number of Targets like SendGrid, Twilio, or Google Sheets.
Senior Software Architect Pablo Mercado provides this 6-minute demo building a Bridge between Salesforce, Kafka, and Elastic.
Thanks to our declarative API, TriggerMesh is the first integration platform we are aware of that can transform any event after it is emitted by the source and before it is received by a target.
Now, you can modify your event payloads on the fly. This paves the way for building powerful Bridges between legacy systems and new SaaS offerings like say Twilio, S3, SendGrid, and more.
Now you can create a TriggerMesh Bridge that connects events from multiple sources to multiple targets.
This can be useful, for instance, when building your delivery pipeline and you want to push data to Elastic, Kafka, Splunk and S3 at same time.
If these capabilities look interesting, please consider requesting access to our Beta program.
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