Mission Control Overview
Mission Control makes it easy to deploy event brokers, create event meshes, and optimize and monitor the health/performance of an event-driven system. Mission Control is a section in the Cloud Console that permits you access event brokers, visualize and manage your event broker services, and visualize and design event meshes. Mission Control has a Cluster Manager and Mesh Manager that permits you to create event broker services and manage your event mesh.
In Mission Control, event broker services are made available via Cluster Manager. Each event broker services consists of event brokers configured in a High-Availability (HA) setup. For more information, see High Availability in PubSub+ Event Broker: Cloud.
Each event broker service also has Dynamic Message Routing (DMR) enabled by default. For more information, see Understanding Event Meshes and Mesh Manager.
With Cluster Manager, you can create and configure event broker services. For more information, see Cluster Manager.
In Mission Control, you can use Mesh Manager to connect multiple event broker services that span different data centers to create an event mesh. An event mesh is an architectural layer that allows events from one application to be dynamically routed and received by any other application no matter where these applications are deployed (no cloud, private cloud, public cloud). This layer is composed by a network of event broker services. Event broker services are a modern form of messaging middleware, which are designed to move events across the distributed enterprise. You can understand more about how Mesh Manager can help your business achieve its digital transformation at Event Mesh on the Solace website.
To learn more about how to create and build an event mesh in PubSub+ Cloud, see Mesh Manager (Beta).