What you can do with Google Pub/Sub

Implement horizontally scalable and highly available communication between independently written applications.

Scale with in-order message delivery with push and pull modes
Ensure scalable delivery with a synchronous, cross-zone message replication, and per-message receipt tracking.

Enable the integration and processing of event streams in Java, Python, and SQL with the Pub/Sub’s Native Dataflow Integration feature.

Work with third-party integrations such as Splunk for logging, and Informatica for data integration.

Implement OSS integrations through the Confluent Cloud for Apache Kafka and Knative Eventing for Kubernetes-based serverless workloads.

Rewind your backlog to any instant or a snapshot to reprocess the messages or fast forward for discarding outdated data.

Simplify your applications with advanced features such as filtering, dead-letter delivery, and exponential backoff.

Manually setting up Google Cloud Pub/Sub can be a bit time-consuming. Moreover, managing multiple messages flows in the Pub/Sub environment, setting up Cloud SDKs to perform Pub/Sub operations can hinder efficient use of Google Pub/Sub.

RudderStack allows you to configure Google Pub/Sub as a destination and send your event data from our SDK directly to Google Pub/Sub.

How to set up Google Pub/Sub Integration

It’s very easy! Use our step-by-step guide to set up Pub/Sub as a destination in RudderStack, and get started in no time at all.


Use RudderStack to Send Event Data Seamlessly From Sources Into Google Pub/Sub

Once you enable Google Pub/Sub as a destination, you can use RudderStack to send the events to the Pub/Sub topics of your choice in real-time. You can even change the destinations at any point without having to reconfigure any code.

By Adding Google Pub/Sub Support for RudderStack, you can:

  • Track all page-related information, such as the URL of the web page visited by the user
  • Capture all the relevant details about the visiting user and send the information to Google Pub/Sub in real-time
  • Map events with the Pub/Sub topic ID without any hassle