Build Streaming Data Pipelines and Apps with Enterprise-class Support for Apache Kafka

Digital transformation is now a business imperative, and the TIBCO Responsive Application Mesh provides a vision and blueprint for building modern architectures that can sense and quickly respond to important business  moments.

Key to this architecture is real-time messaging provided by Apache Kafka. Developers love Kafka because it’s an easy way to use real-time data in applications. Its message distribution provides strong and straightforward architecture based on logs and the well understood publish/subscribe paradigm.

Trusting open-source Kafka for critical enterprise business activity may sound risky, but TIBCO makes it a first-class component of its enterprise  messaging, with options for full fault tolerance and disaster recovery, as well as world-class 24/7 around the globe support. 

Apache Kafka is also a fully-integrated component of TIBCO’s Responsive Application Mesh, a blueprint for responding to events in real-time using core business logic within flexible cloud services.

Join us to learn about

  • Using Kafka in the context of a Responsive Application Mesh
  • Employing Kafka at enterprise scale with enterprise-grade support
  • Maximizing Kafka investments in an API-led, event-driven ecosystem
Build Streaming Data Pipelines and Apps with Enterprise-class Support for Apache Kafka
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