Designing Event-Driven Systems
Published byO'Reilly Media, Inc.
With the growing popularity of microservices architecture, the exponential proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT), and an increasing need for highly scalable applications, event-driven architecture (EDA) has become a very popular mechanism to support these technologies. EDA is a popular distributed asynchronous architecture model that is also highly adaptable and can be used for small applications as well as large, complex ones. At its core are highly decoupled, single-purpose event-processing components that asynchronously receive and process events.
In this learning path designed for intermediate- to advanced-level software architects and developers, you are first introduced to the broad concepts and principles of EDA. Next, you’ll look at specific implementation patterns and how you can apply them in your systems. You’ll then examine how to manage data consistency, and then finish up by learning how to get started building EDA at scale. By the end of this learning path, you’ll be ready to begin using event-driven principles and patterns in your own applications.
What you’ll learn—and how you can apply it
- How to use event-driven principles and patterns in your own systems
- How to manage data consistency in EDAs
- How to get started building event-driven architecture at scale
This learning path is for you because…
- You're an experienced software architect or developer building medium- to large- scale enterprise applications, and you need to begin using event-driven principles and patterns for your solutions
- You're tasked with creating a highly scalable system and want to see if EDA might be the optimal approach for your system
Materials or downloads needed in advance: None