Runtime Event Manager enables you to create models of your event-driven architecture (EDA) using objects created in Designer and runtime data collected from your event brokers. Runtime Event Manager brings together your EDA design with data from your event brokers to help you design accurate models of your EDA.
In Runtime Event Manager you can:
- create and manage modeled event meshes to design your event driven architecture
- add event brokers, applications, and events to modeled event meshes so your model mirrors your runtime
- discover runtime data from event brokers
- audit runtime data against your modeled event meshes to ensure your runtime matches your design
- import Solace queues and Kafka consumer groups, topics, and subjects into Designer as applications, events, and schemas
Only users with Event Portal Manager or Administrator roles can use the Runtime Event Manager.
To open Runtime Event Manager, perform these steps:
- Log in to the PubSub+ Cloud Console if you have not done so yet. The URL to access the Cloud Console differs based on your authentication scheme. For more information, see
Logging into the PubSub+ Cloud Console.
- On the navigation bar, select Runtime Event Manager on the navigation bar.
- In Runtime Event Manager, perform one of the following actions:
If you already have mature event brokers but you're getting started using Event Portal, you can use the data collected from your runtime event brokers to add objects to Designer and build a modeled event mesh in Runtime Event Manager. This process involves performing several tasks in Runtime Event Manager:
- Create a new modeled event mesh.
- Add event brokers to the modeled event mesh. Kafka modeled event meshes only support a single event broker.
- Set up runtime data discovery for the event brokers you added to the modeled event mesh.
- Discover runtime data using Event Management Agents.
- View the audit results for the modeled event mesh.
- Import runtime objects from the audit results.