Connect AWS to On-premises Apps Running on VMware Tanzu

Build event-driven applications that automatically scale within your VMware infrastructure.

Connect AWS to On-premises Apps Running on VMware Tanzu
AWS Kinesis
OpenShift Serverless
AWS EventBridge
OCIMetrics
Google Sheets
GitLab
Google Cloud IoT
Google PubSub
UiPath
IBM MQ
Schedule Functions
Confluent
Slack
Twilio
Azure Service Bus Topic
Google Cloud Source Repositories
AWS SQS
Logz Metrics
Azure Queue Storage
SendGrid
Zendesk
AWS S3
Datadog
Google Storage
Google Cloud Workflows
AWS Cognito Identity
OracleDB
VMware Vsphere
AWS Performance Insights
AWS EventBridge
Azure IoT Hub
JIra
Splunk
Azure
AWS SNS
Azure Blob Storage
Salesforce
Kubernetes
Elasticsearch
InfraJS
Target
Knative
Amazon Lambda
Azure Service Bus Queue
Amazon Kinesis
Google Cloud Firestore
Azure EventGrid
AWS Code Commint
AWS Comprehend
Azure Event Hubs
Amazon SQS
AWS CloudWatch Logs
Google Cloud Audit Logs
GCP
Apache Kafka
GitHub
Bitbucket
Webhooks
AWS lambda
Logz.io
AWS Cognito User Pool
Confluence
Alibaba OSS
AWS Dynamo DB
Google Cloud Billing
Microsoft Active Directory
Tekton
Amazon SNS
AWS CloudWatch
Hasura
Zendesk
Azure Activity Logs

This technical White Paper explains how TriggerMesh and VMware Tanzu help you combine on-premises systems and cloud services in an automated manner. With the combined capabilities, teams can build event-driven applications that automatically scale within their VMware infrastructure.

This paper provides a template for processing AWS events by an AI/ML app running in a Kubernetes cluster. The automatic scaling allows the application to map to actual traffic patterns, only consuming the resources needed as demand arises.

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