TriggerMesh Announces Partnership with Google Cloud
TriggerMesh, a cloud-native integration platform provider, announced a partnership with Google Cloud to automate enterprise workflows with an intelligent cross-cloud event bus that connects applications, cloud services, and serverless functions. TriggerMesh Cloud leverages cloud-native technology originally developed at Google Cloud (Kubernetes and Knative) to provide an API as well as a visual point and click interface to tie activities in one system to outcomes in another.
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Using the same technology, TriggerMesh is compatible with Cloud Run for Anthos, a Google Cloud offering built on Knative Serving which brings serverless practices to Kubernetes, allowing developers to focus on code while operators focus on the infrastructure. For example, with TriggerMesh you can integrate some Amazon services, Zendesk, OracleDB, Slack, Twilio, and others to trigger workloads on Google products and services when events happen.
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The future of enterprise applications involves connecting services and applications to create real-time event-driven cloud-native applications. Resources should be spent developing high-value business-specific logic, not wasting valuable time on doing repetitive tasks like integrating applications and services. TriggerMesh provides a real-time cloud-native integration platform that allows you to connect services together to automate workflows and accelerate the flow of information across your organization.
“TriggerMesh is excited to partner with Google Cloud to provide cloud-native integrations,” said TriggerMesh co-founder and Chief Product Officer Sebastien Goasguen. “TriggerMesh provides Google Cloud users an integration platform that provides a consistent integration layer for cloud native applications to automate workflows and accelerate the flow of information across the organization.”
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