TriggerMesh has just announced the launch of its first Integration Platform as an open source project for Kubernetes, to simplify and accelerate application and data connectivity for enterprise technology teams across multiple clouds and on-premises data centers.
As announced, the free and open source platform is design to allow cloud operators and DevOps practitioners deploy integrations as codeTM – which accelerates time to value and improves flexibility while employing the approach to integration similar to “infrastructure as code” solutions deployment.
“As a former VP of the Apache CloudStack project and the founder of the Kubeless serverless framework for Kubernetes, I deeply believe that the open source development and distribution model is the best way to deliver enterprise cloud software. Our team of developers have deep open source experience and have built the foundation for a vibrant open source community to emerge around the TriggerMesh platform,” said Sebastien Gosguen, Co-founder and Head of Product at TriggerMesh.
The cloud native integration platform provider, TriggerMesh expectation is to commercially provide support and services as well as a graphical user interface that offers a visual integration editor, enterprise authentication and authorization with organizational support, and the capability to develop custom integration components.
“We have always known that we would be launching our platform as an open source project but needed to build a foundation that would allow for additional contributors and users to be successful. We have built a solid core product that can be easily consumed by Kubernetes users and we have expanded our engineering team and added Matt Ray, previously from Chef, to lead our Developer Relations to ensure users of the technology will be successful,” said Mark Hinkle, CEO and Co-Founder of TriggerMesh.
TriggerMesh plans to provide free training for the free and open source platform, to help developers, cloud operators as well as enterprise technology teams – deploy and extend the platform. However, the platform is available under the Apache Software License 2.0.