KubeMQ sources is an open-source project connecting external systems such as messaging components (RabbitMQ, Kafka, MQTT) and REST APIs to KubeMQ server. Allows migration of legacy systems to Kubernetes native architecture.
Plug and Play Connection to External Services
Easy to extend, easy to connect
Act as an REST Api gateway
Logs, metrics, retries, and rate limiters
Small docker container/binary
Simple YAML file builds your topology
One interface to all the services
Kubernetes, Cloud, on-prem, Edge, anywhere
Flawless migration from legacy messaging systems
Popular services are available for migration
A growing list of services are now available to transparently connect with microservices solutions. KubeMQ Sources supports messaging systems such as RabbitMQ, Kafka, MSMQ, MQTT, and Active MQ and services such as HTTP REST API.
Simple to Deploy, Simple to Utilize
KubeMQ sources is binding between KubeMQ server interfaces (messaging patterns) and sources services (such as HTTP REST API, Messaging systems (RabbitMQ, Kafka, MQTT, etc).
Binding is a 1:1 connection between interface and service. Every Binding runs independently.
The interface is a KubeMQ connection that sends the data from the sources and routes them to the appropriate KubeMQ channel for action and returns back a response if needed.
A bridge for .NET MSMQ to Kubernetes
When .net companies are moving from monolith to microservices architecture, MSMQ is a major hurdle for the migration process. KubeMQ special-purpose bridge offers now a safe and graduate migration from MSMQ based architecture to Kubernetes.
Read how to migrate .NET MSMQ to Kubernetes using KubeMQ
This demo will show an example of a migration for services using RabbitMQ outside of a Kubernetes cluster. The same method can be easily applied to additional messaging systems such as Kafka, MSMQ, IBM MQ, ActiveMQ etc.