Understanding Event-Driven Architecture

Why are businesses recognising the benefits of implementing event-driven architecture in the digital age? Modern applications made with microservices often use an architecture called "event-driven," which uses events to initiate and help services communicate with each other. Event-driven architectures are made up of three main parts: event producers, event routers, and event consumers. The event-driven design makes it easier for distributed computing models to grow horizontally and recover from failures. Using the architecture can help you handle: real-time processing with a minimal delay; complex event processing, such as matching patterns or grouping events over time windows; high volume and velocity of data; and more.

Our free guide explains all you need to know about the practice.

In this guide you will learn:

  • What is event-driven architecture?
  • How event-driven architecture is developed & work
  • Benefits of using event-driven architecture
  • Event-driven architecture models
  • When to use event-driven architecture?

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