Event-driven architecture (EDA) is a software architecture paradigm promoting the production, detection, consumption of, and reaction to events. But EDA entails more than just the production and consumption of events.
It involves the planning for how events are interpreted, transformed, published to subscribers, propagated across distributed networks, and persisted.
In this primer, sponsored by Red Hat, you’ll learn about:
- What events are and examples of events-enabling technologies.
- EDA adoption in the enterprise.
- What an event mesh is and its role as a key enabler for the event-driven enterprise.
- Deploying the event mesh in the real world and more.
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