Fundamentals of Solace Development

A developer's guide to messaging with Solace PubSub+
Free tutorial
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6,587 students
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Understand how messaging solves real-world problems regarding connecting applications, microservices and devices
Understand the various features and capabilities provided by the Solace product line, specifically those associated with application development
Create a basic chat application that uses several messaging capabilities, multiple programming languages and network protocols


  • Previous development experience is required
  • Basic understanding of TCP and networking is beneficial, but not necessary
  • Java JDK
  • Apache Maven


The Fundamentals of Solace Development online learning course introduces developers to Solace messaging. The course provides an overview of the various Open Protocols and languages Solace supports, and the concepts behind messaging with Solace. Topics covered include connecting your application to Solace, multi-protocol support, message exchange patterns, and how they relate to applications. Finally, we will create an application that utilizes Solace PubSub+ to learn how to publish and receive both direct and guaranteed messages.

Who this course is for:

  • Developers, specifically those with an interest in building distributed applications and microservices
  • Developers involved with creating applications that utilize the various Solace features and capabilities

Course content

5 sections31 lectures1h 35m total length
  • Introduction
  • Why Messaging?
  • Who is Solace?
  • Solace PubSub+ Cloud
  • Summary of Concepts


System Engineer at Solace
Leah Robert
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
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  • 11,843 Students
  • 3 Courses

I have worked at Solace as a Customer Support Engineer, and as a Global Training Professional. I help customers to migrate from a siloed, monolithic architecture to an Event Driven Architecture. Solace PubSub+ enables the movement of data in an asynchronous manner, allowing distributed applications to seamlessly connect over any protocol.