Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Web development like in https://mlsdev.com/services/custom-software-development with an object-oriented web framework like Hypertext Pre-processor or XML is another option. HTTP is an established protocol for transferring large collections of structured information over the internet. A server and a browser are required for enabling this web-based framework. It is helpful in developing scalable, dynamic websites for business organizations. XML is a very powerful markup language that enables web developers to create documents that can be read by web servers and browsers.
I’m Aravindh Ravi and you can find me on LinkedIn
I’m in Bangalore, India and but am originally from rural TamilNadu, India.
Currently working in middleware and integration space, also I'm interested in learning about event driven architectures. Looking forward to learn and contribute from/to solace community.
In my free time, I used to play football and cricket. Short bike rides (~100 miles) on weekends with friends. Also I enjoying reading blogs, volunteering and books ranging from technical, self development to novels.
Welcome, @Aravindh Ravi ! Glad you have joined the community. Looking forward to your engagement with and contribution to the community. FYI. The EDA Summit recordings are available in YouTube here. I'm sure you will find them useful.
Hi @hong thanks for the link.
I appreciate Hong for quick response for our team problem and today its resolved .
As our company first time integrated with Solace and its successful.
Hi All , My Name is Dola.
follow me :https://www.linkedin.com/in/dola-muduli-616473135/
I am a Technical lead in Banking Payment integration and IBM middleware IIB
@dola Glad that your problem was solved. If you have some handy tips and tricks from your integration project, please share them with the community.
I'm Emman our you can call me Manu.
Philippines. Currently working from home.
I am currently attempting to integrate Solace PubSub+ so we can consume the events in that broker.
Hoping that integration will be less of a headache.
I do appreciate quick response in one of the admins here on the issue I raised in one of the thread.
Welcome to the community @ManuManu
Welcome again, @ManuManu! Feel free to ask the community if you need help with your integration projects. Meanwhile, looking forward to your engagement with and contributions to the community.
Welcome Solace Community..! Congrats to SolaceDevs, who cleared the certification exams.
Don't forget to post your certification on LinkedIn with hashtag #IamSolaceCertified and tag @Solace.
Here is the resource list that you should visit https://solace.community/discussion/823/solace-learning-reference-list-for-newbies.
I'm Dinesh Janarthanam from India and currently working in Dubai.
Software Consultant in Integration domain with 7+ Years of professional experience. I am certified webmethods Developer.
Domain Area : Banking , Manufacturing and supply chain.
Why I am here:
To explore & learn and part of the community where there is rapid progress in the area of the event driven Architecture.
Doing POC's to integrate webmethods with solace pub-sub+ broker and understanding the capability of Pub-sub+
Welcome to the community, @dineshjhon ! Thank you for sharing your webmethods JMS - Solace integration doc!
Welcome @dineshjhon ! Super intrigued to see your POCs integrating webmethods with Solace. Have you checked out our codelabs? They are open source for contributions so you are more than welcomed to write your own tutorial codelab and I will help you out if you have any questions
I'm Dhyanandra Singh. I'm from India.
I've around 7yrs of experience in IT and currently working as a Senior data egineer.
Purpose to visit:
In my current project, I am planning to use solace to consume streaming data.
I'm Implementing a POC on JAVA and Python and faced some issue . I'm actively contributing to StackOverflow and other platforms from where I learned a lot. So I joined this community where I get benefits from other's experiences and can contribute.
Welcome, @DhyanandraSingh! Looking forward to your engagement with and contributions to the community. Meanwhile, let me ask people here to take a look at your issue.
Where can I find a basic intro to solace I need to create a simple topic , a broker and subscribe to it with a JMS java program.
Hey @ashokdeepa ! Welcome to Solace 🙌 This is the introduction thread so feel free to introduce yourself
for a quick answer - you can check out https://solace.dev, https://codelabs.solace.dev, and our tutorials site at https://tutorials.solace.dev for resources. A good tip as well if you can search for any question you have on the forum, and if you couldnt find it feel free to make a new post here on the forum and we would be happy to help out!
I am Syed Naiyer / @snaiyer. I am an engineer with Amex. I work mostly on Java based applications interacting a lot with Solace. I work in other technologies as well, which includes IBM TPF Assembler, C, Python, Swift etc.
I am based in Phoenix, AZ.
Though there’s lot of knowledge around using Solace API’s with Java, I didn’t find answers I was looking for using Python with Solace. So I landed here and found this to be an interesting community to be a part of. I will probably post my question very soon, to see if I can get help.
For fun: I love to watch movies, spending time with family, kids and learning/keeping up new technologies that interest me.
Welcome to the community, @snaiyer! There are resources on Python with Solace in our developer portal at https://www.solace.dev/ and discussions in the community. Meanwhile, feel free to post your questions to the community. I'm sure other people in the community can help you.
Thanks @hong. Just posted my question.
Hi All! My name is Jacek.
I'm in Warsaw, Poland .
I’m a MuleSoft Developer at Roche.
I have started using Solace six months ago. Currently I am working on Solace ELK integration and so far I have to say that it is working fine
Looking forward to discussions with all of you.
Hi Jacek, welcome to the community! Glad that you're using Solace PubSub+. Looking forward to your engagement with the community. Feel free to ask the community if you have any questions.
I'm Prosenjit Das from India and currently working in Kolkata.
I am presently working in Capgemini as a Senior Cloud Architect cum Lead Consultant since July 2020.I have overall work experience more than 16 years of which 10 years is in core Integration Consultancy activities.
Domain Area : Pharma , Manufacturing and Retail supply chain.
Welcome to the community @ProsenjitDas ! We're excited to have you here and share you knowledge with us 🙌
Welcome, @ProsenjitDas! Glad you have joined the community. Looking forward to your engagement with and contributions to the community BTW. Have your read the blog post "Documenting your event-driven architecture in 5 steps"?
Am an IBM MQ professional since early 2000s..
Recently got clued into Solace and have been hooked on ever since (for all of past 48 hrs!). Am pretty excited about the functionality that Solace has to offer - am playing with it in my dev sandbox to understand the capabilities. IBM MQ does not score great when it comes to pubsub with high complexity Topics and Subscriptions...getting the sense Solace does not suffer in that department (and solely for that alone, am mighty interested in Solace!)
Can't wait to implement an Event Mesh to play around...see you all around!
Welcome @wmqskills! I think you'll like what you find - I used WMQ/WMB (IIB? Whatever it's called now?) on some past projects as well
Welcome to the community @wmqskills . We have several clients who have chosen to migrate to Solace from MQ for the exact reasons you mentioned. If you are working on any usecases in your current role where you would like to have us take a look, let us know!
Thanks Hong, Marc and Himanshu.
Just wanted to share a bit of feedback about your 'Getting Started' section of documentation...my sandbox has rhel 7.9..the docker install fails for rhel and had to scout around for a solution. Also the broker start command on your getting started page did not work...some other command did the trick though.
Am running python Publisher and Subscribers....the samples from the Git _seem _to work...but am used to the MQ style of working...so Publish to a Q/Topic..see msgs on the broker..but could not find a straight forward way to "browse" a msg on the Q (msg waiting to be consumed...).
In MQ world, "where did my msg go?" is often a million $$$ question...so stopping the Consumer and tracing the MQ from source to destination is a basic req...am trying to see how quickly I can get this skill with Solace (this is for starters as I get more familiar would like to have other functionalities tested...). Any pointers as to how I can go about browsing the msgs yet to be consumed on a Solace broker? I did see a couple java Msg browser programs...am more interested in seeing MQExplorer/MQGem kind of capabilities for Solace...
Welcome @wmqskills to Solace community, You joined right place to get your all query clarify by Solace Expert
Hi, my name is Robert and i started to work with Solace in my company a few months back.
I am an architect but as well coding some parts (stay up to date with technology stack).
I have long experience with Integrations over last 15 years and worked as well with JMS and Google Pub Sub.
I am located in germany close to Frankfurt/Main.Job
I am Architect and Software Engineer. Depends what is needed. But my strength is architecture.For fun
Tell us about the fun story about your experience with Solace
Solace is an interesting product but it brings as well a history. I see some gaps in wider enterprise use
(e.g. security model) but i would say no platform is matching all your needs. I really like the flexibility where you can run solace (any cloud on e.g. kubernetes) and the wide offering for differen use cases and connectors. As well it is great how documentation, samples and support is offered. Even this community is helping to let people exchange across companies.
Welcome to the community, @Robert! Glad you like the Solace products and this community. BTW. We also have a section for architects on our blog site: https://solace.com/blog/category/architects/.
my name is Martin, I am working as a the solution architect of a big manufacturing company near Stuttgart Germany. I am in the internet business since 25 years now. I started at that time with my own company, as the web and Java came to Germany. I' ve been one of the first Nescape Partners in Germany and worked a long time as consultant and senior developer. In 2016 I came to my actual company as head of the smart technology department, where I connected our first machines to the internet by mqtt. Today we have our own digital department. I always loved the idea of a EVA and I like the possibilities solace opens to me. There are so many ideas... so I would be glad to get contact to other developers or architects here. The world is changing.... lets build a better one.
Welcome to the community again, @MartinL. Your experience is really impressive.
Hi all, I'm Jessie and I am new to the Solace community and exploring how to apply Solace messaging in my project work.
I am located at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
I am working as Software Engineer in MNC Company located in KL.
Like to spend time with family. I like watching movies & games.
Welcome @jessie_lai87! You've come to the right place
Let us know if you have any questions or ideas for how you'd like to use it.
Welcome to the Community! @jessie_lai87 and @MartinL we are looking forward for your contributions and interactions here. Keep an eye out for our upcoming events and product updates 🙌