KubeMQ Launches Enterprise Grade Message Broker for Containers
KubeMQ is a Cloud Native message broker in a production-ready cluster, designed for any type of workload and architecture running in Kubernetes
We are excited to announce that following two years of development and several months of internal production usage, we have officially released the KubeMQ.
KubeMQ is a real-time, scalable message broker, designed to support high volume messaging with low latency and efficient memory usage. KubeMQ supports multiple messaging patterns including real-time pub/sub, request/reply, and persistent queue, by using Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS).
“KubeMQ saves organizations time and money by integrating development and operations workflows into a unified system. Its ease of use and DevOps friendliness, minimizes the need for dedicated experts and accelerate development and production cycles. Infrastructure wise, KubeMQ provides Multi-cloud freedom of choice and has low computing resources requirements.” said Lior Nabat, KubeMQ Co-Founder.
The KubeMQ offering includes:
Multi-Cloud – KubeMQ enables true freedom and control to run an application, workload, or data on any cloud – private or public – based on business or technical requirements. Supports any architecture, edge or bus topologies.
Production ready – KubeMQ provides a secured cluster, ready to serve massive real-world-traffic with encryption, authentication, and authorization. Offers control and observability by Tracing, Instrumenting and logging. Supports advanced traffic control and shaping.
DevOps friendly – A minimal configuration required to deploy a robust and scalable system. Dynamic routing feature overcomes the hassle of DevOps to define exchanges, routes and predefined topics. Control, debug and review by using our advanced dashboard UI.
Cloud Native – A superb out-of-the-box message broker written in GO and integrating with best of breed CNCF open source projects.
KubeMQ has become fully operational early this year, and after running millions of real-time, mission-critical messages, is now available for download and testing.