TheNewStack - Event-driven integrations give businesses the flexibility they need to adapt and adjust to rapid market and customer preference changes. Apache Kafka has emerged as the leading system for brokering messages across the enterprise. Adding TriggerMesh to Kafka provides a way for messages to be routed and transformed cloud natively across systems. DevOps teams use the TriggerMesh declarative API to define these event-driven integrations and manage them as part of their CI/CD pipeline. Click the link below to read the full article from Sebastien Goasguen.
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Sebastien is a co-founder of TriggerMesh. He has been involved with open source for almost 20 years. Sebastien is an Apache Software Foundation committer and an early contributor to the Kubernetes ecosystem. Around 2014, he became fascinated by the meteoric rise of Docker and decided to learn as much as he could, which led him to author the O’Reilly Docker cookbook. It was this experience that introduced him to Kubernetes, and it was love at first Pod. Sebastien became an early and active participant in the CNCF space, contributing, building, teaching, and innovating. He founded TriggerMesh to push the boundaries of the serverless space and allow all companies to benefit from this new paradigm, even those with on-premises applications.