TriggerMesh Announces Cloud Native Workflows for Red Hat OpenShift
Hybrid Cloud Integration of Amazon Web Services, Red Hat OpenShift, and LegacyData Center
RALEIGH, NC and GENEVA, CH April 21, 2020 — TriggerMesh, a cloud native integration platform provider built on Kubernetes, today announced the immediate availability of TriggerMesh Cloud Native Integration Platform and AWS Event Sources as a Red Hat OpenShift Certified Operator. By receiving Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification, TriggerMesh brings Amazon EventBridge-like functionality to the OpenShift ecosystem allowing developers to trigger functions across clouds and legacy data centers.
“The Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification for the TriggerMesh Operator means that users can now link events from anywhere to OpenShift workloads.” said TriggerMesh co-founder and Head of Product Sebastien Goasguen. “TriggerMesh is effectively breaking the silo from the cloud to the enterprise.”
With this announcement, TriggerMesh’s cloud native integration platform enables workloads on Red Hat OpenShift to be executed when events happen in the data center or in the cloud, providing more seamless interaction between legacy systems and the public cloud.
“We are pleased that TriggerMesh’s Operator has achieved Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification and is now part of the Red Hat Partner Connect ecosystem,” said Julio Tapia, senior director, Cloud Platforms ecosystem, Red Hat. “OpenShift users can use the TriggerMesh Operator to expand their choices in developing serverless workflows and integrating multicloud services.”
TriggerMesh’s cloud native integration platform coordinates multiple cloud services and legacy applications into serverless workflows. TriggerMesh accelerates development speed and unifies multiple clouds and legacy infrastructure.
“TriggerMesh believes integration or ‘glue providers’ in the application space will be the next ‘must have’ serverless capability: first, to support greenfield cloud-native applications across multiple serverless environments and second, to support enterprises seeking to run existing/legacy applications on serverless without a rewrite,” said William Fellows, Founder and Research Vice President, 451 Research.
For more information, or to download the TriggerMesh Red Hat certified OpenShift operator, visit https://github.com/triggermesh/.
TriggerMesh’s cloud native integration platform breaks down silos and brings together cloud computing, SaaS, and on-premises applications. TriggerMesh event-driven cloud service bus provides the mechanism for connecting application workflows across varied infrastructures. TriggerMesh enables companies to modernize their legacy systems, proprietary platforms, and custom integration code to extend their existing investment. Not only can you modernize existing applications but you can chain microservices and serverless functions across multiple clouds and on-premises data centers to create new cloud native applications. For more information, visit https://www.triggermesh.com.
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