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.
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.
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