TriggerMesh has launched the beta release of EveryBridge Cloud Native Integration Platform in hosted access. The beta release includes a new API that defines so-called Bridges and a set of initial targets aimed at well-known SaaS offerings – Twilio, SendGrid, Slack – but also infrastructure related targets like Tekton and AWS Lambda.
These bridges connect event sources and targets to provide application integrations similar to AWS EventBridge. Additionally, the updated EveryBridge introduces a new onboarding process, an improved user experience and updates to the hosted version based on the latest knative release.
TriggerMesh EveryBridge is claimed to be the first product that leverages Kubernetes and Knative to provide service integration across clouds and on-premises.
The platform allows developers to accelerate digital transformation efforts by integrating cloud computing, SaaS, and on-premises applications including legacy systems. Unlike iPaaS solutions including Dell Boomi and Mulesoft, TriggerMesh focuses on application event flows with a cloud first mindset.
As the company puts it, TriggerMesh EveryBridge enables the integration of serverless and legacy infrastructures across all your data centers and clouds. TriggerMesh is the only solution that has the ability to ingest events from any data source and trigger functions on any cloud or serverless cluster running on Kubernetes, it added.