Instantly Connect Kafka with Any App Running Anywhere

TriggerMesh removes the speed bumps introduced by current integration approaches so you can get the most from Kafka and Kubernetes.

Instantly Connect Kafka with Any App Running Anywhere
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Alibaba OSS
Salesforce
GitLab
Hasura
Azure
Logz.io
Google Cloud Workflows
Azure Event Hubs
AWS Cognito Identity
Tekton
Amazon SQS
Amazon Lambda
Google Cloud Firestore
Datadog
Logz Metrics
Google Cloud Billing
AWS SQS
Google Storage
Bitbucket
AWS SNS
AWS EventBridge
Target
AWS lambda
Confluent
Amazon Kinesis
UiPath
OracleDB
Azure IoT Hub
Kubernetes
Elasticsearch
Google Cloud Source Repositories
AWS CloudWatch
Slack
Confluence
Apache Kafka
Google Cloud IoT
GCP
AWS S3
Azure Blob Storage
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SendGrid
Google PubSub
Azure Queue Storage
Google Cloud Audit Logs
InfraJS
Azure Service Bus Topic
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AWS Dynamo DB
Twilio
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Zendesk
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Azure EventGrid
AWS EventBridge
Amazon SNS
Microsoft Active Directory
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AWS Comprehend
Splunk
Google Sheets
OpenShift Serverless
OCIMetrics
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Azure Service Bus Queue
IBM MQ
AWS Performance Insights
Azure Activity Logs
Knative
VMware Vsphere
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Use the TriggerMesh declarative API to connect Kafka messages with Kubernetes workloads

TriggerMesh is a new breed of open source integration platform built in the cloud on Kubernetes and Knative. With TriggerMesh, you can declaratively design, deploy, and manage integrations as code.

In this paper, we show you how TriggerMesh simplifies writing enterprise integrations by adopting a cloud-native declaration. We also demonstrate an innovative solution to the "face full of YAML" problem by describing enterprise integration with the TriggerMesh Integration Language. This HTML Whitepaper is complete with code samples you can use right away!

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