TriggerMesh for Rancher EventBridge
The future of enterprise applications involves connecting services and applications to create real-time event-driven cloud-native applications. We believe resources should be spent developing high-value business-specific logic, not on repetitive tasks like integrating applications and services.
We automate enterprise workflows with an intelligent cross-cloud event bus that connects applications, cloud services, and serverless functions.
The open source TriggerMesh Sources for Amazon Web Services (SAWS) are available in the Rancher catalog. With SAWS, you can easily consume events from your AWS services and send them to workloads running in your Rancher cluster.
DevOps, Cloud, and Infrastructure professionals running a mix of AWS services and on-premises Kubernetes workloads who want to connect all these services quickly and programmatically
What we offer
The future of enterprise applications involves connecting services and applications to create real-time event-driven cloud native applications
Use TriggerMesh to connect events from AWS services like Kinesis, SNS, SQS and more (list here) with your Rancher workloads
Quickly create hybrid-cloud event-driven application flows
We automate enterprise workflows with an intelligent cross-cloud event bus that connects applications, cloud services, and serverless functions
Powerful, custom integrations made easy - Easily connect SaaS, cloud, and on-premises applications with Oracle Functions and cloud-native architectures in a few simple steps
Modernization - Bring your legacy applications to the cloud and leverage your existing IT investment in OracleDB
Programmatic - Improve developer productivity and provide consistency by integrating non-Oracle services with Oracle through a standard platform
See TriggerMesh in Action
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.