Kubernetes-based Integration Platform

The state of the art declarative mindset built into the TriggerMesh API means you can define and manage your integrations the same way you manage your infrastructure.

Download the DevOps Guide to Cloud Integration

Integration as code

TriggerMesh runs on Knative, so it is an easy platform to deploy and operate. You can incorporate existing Kubernetes objects like Secrets and Configmaps when defining your integrations. Logs and metrics can also be consumed with any Kubernetes-ready observability platform.

Integration Components as Code

Our integration components are API objects that can be managed declaratively from the command line, CI/CD pipeline or integrated in code. Less technical users benefit from the low-code TriggerMesh UI

Declaratively Event Driven

With Triggermesh, you get a full Event Driven platform powered by Knative. Our integrations inherit a strong sense of loose coupling, allowing for unlimited extensibility

Bundled into Bridges

TriggerMesh application flows are bundled into Bridges – sets of Kubernetes objects that are deployed and tracked as a unit

Single API Call

Bridges provide information about the status of their components through a single API call

Integration Components as Code

Our integration components are API objects that can be managed declaratively from the command line, CI/CD pipeline or integrated in code. Less technical users benefit from the low-code TriggerMesh UI

Declaratively Event Driven

With Triggermesh, you get a full Event Driven platform powered by Knative. Our integrations inherit a strong sense of loose coupling, allowing for unlimited extensibility

Bundled into Bridges

TriggerMesh application flows are bundled into Bridges – sets of Kubernetes objects that are deployed and tracked as a unit

Single API Call

Bridges provide information about the status of their components through a single API call

Integration as code TM

Our integration components are API objects that can be managed declaratively from the command line, CI/CD pipeline or integrated in code. Less technical users benefit from the low-code TriggerMesh UI

Declaratively Event Driven

With Triggermesh, you get a full Event Driven platform powered by Knative. Our integrations inherit a strong sense of loose coupling, allowing for unlimited extensibility

Bundled into Bridges

TriggerMesh application flows are bundled into Bridges – sets of Kubernetes objects that are deployed and tracked as a unit

Single API Call

Bridges provide information about the status of their components through a single API call

Integration benefits

Use the TriggerMesh UI or declarative API to send events from numerous sources and to numerous targets

Powerful

Custom integrations made easy - easily connect SaaS, cloud, and on-premises applications cloud natively

Modernization

Bring your legacy applications to the cloud and leverage your existing IT investment

Programmatic

Improve developer productivity and provide consistency by integrating all your services through a standard platform

Integration as code

TriggerMesh runs on Knative, so it is an easy platform to deploy and operate. You can incorporate existing Kubernetes objects like Secrets and Configmaps when defining your integrations. Logs and metrics can also be consumed with any Kubernetes-ready observability platform.

There’s a huge need for integration of serverless with both Kubernetes-based and legacy applications. TriggerMesh EveryBridge plays here – targeting an opportunity similar to what MuleSoft targeted in providing integration for enterprise service buses.

William Fellows, Founder & Research Vice President, Cloud Transformation, 451 Group
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Kubernetes-based Integration Platform

The state of the art declarative mindset built into the TriggerMesh API means you can define and manage your integrations the same way you manage your infrastructure. Download the DevOps Guide to Cloud Integration

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