Today we are making one of our most interesting announcements since we started working on TriggerMesh. With our Amazon EventBridge integration users can connect virtually any non-AWS event source with AWS EventBridge. This integration extends the power of modern, cloud-based serverless applications to include the mission-critical applications that still run in enterprise data centers.
As companies modernize and become more digital, they need a minimally disruptive path to the cloud that provides rapid time to value. The integration between TriggerMesh and AWS EventBridge enables users to seamlessly connect their existing on-premises applications or non-AWS SaaS offerings with cloud infrastructure from Amazon Web Services using Amazon EventBridge. For example, on-premises applications can trigger Amazon Lambda functions that provide additional processing capabilities or tie directly to Amazon Web Services — SQS, Kinesis, and SNS.
Unlike legacy iPaaS (integration platform-as-a-service) solutions that run on-premises only, TriggerMesh is a next-generation integration platform for multi-cloud and hybrid organizations. TriggerMesh supports a large set of event sources that can be used in AWS EventBridge including GitHub, GitLab, Google Storage, Azure Storage, IBM MQ, OracleDB, Kubernetes and more.
What we offer
TriggerMesh integration as a source for EventBridge. Allows users of Amazon Web Services to trigger infrastructure (e.g. Amazon Lambda) from TriggerMesh sources (see sources i)
Sources for AWS (SAWS) – AWS Cognito Identity, AWS Cognito User Pool, AWS Dynamo DB, AWS Kinesis, AWS SQS, AWS CodeCommit, AWS SNS (open source or potentially paid support) to trigger workloads on Kubernetes or Knative or another cloud native architectures (see targets in Integrations).
Who is it for
Amazon EventBridge users that want to consume non-Amazon event sources (see sources in bridges catalog)
Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) Users who want to use Sources from Amazon Web Services to trigger events directly (saving cost for per event from EventBridge)
Amazon Web Services users who want to trigger workloads on Knative or Kubernetes (e.g. Rancher or OpenShift) ISVs and Software-as-a-Service product owners who want to interact via events with the Amazon Web Services ecosystem
Integrations made easy – Easily connect SaaS, cloud, and on-premises applications with Amazon Lambda and cloud-native architectures in a few simple steps
Modernization – Bring your legacy applications to the cloud and leverage your existing IT investment by integrating with Amazon EventBridge Programmatic – Accelerate developer productivity and provide consistency when integrating non-AWS services with AWS
Hybridization – Standard tool that can provide flexibility to connect not just to Amazon but Azure, Google, and OpenShift cloud services. (not on the partner pages)
See TriggerMesh in Action
Watch TriggerMesh in action in these videos you’ll see how to integrate even sources with Amazon Eventbridge or to use TriggerMesh along with various cloud services to create integrated workflows between AWS, Zendesk, and OracleDB.
Mark has a long history in emerging technologies and open source. Before co-founding TriggerMesh, he was the Executive Director of the Node.js Foundation with membership including Microsoft, IBM, Google, Intel, PayPal, and other industry leaders. Previously, he was the VP of Marketing at The Linux Foundation. Mark joined the Linux Foundation from Citrix where he was the Head of the Citrix Open Source Business Office.