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Do More with SOA Integration: Best of Packt by Doug Todd, Arun Poduval

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Event-driven architecture

Event-driven architecture (EDA) is one of the hot topics of the industry. These architectures are often wrongly referred to as the successors to SOAs (Mühl et al. 2006). In fact, the concepts involved in EDA are as old as IT itself. In addition, EDAs are growing rapidly in popularity, together with the integration architectures of SOA. However, both types of architecture can be used completely independently of one another, and can be combined orthogonally. From the perspective of integration, two aspects of EDA are of particular interest:

  • The symbiosis between EDA and SOA that has already been referred to, which allows SOA domains to be linked/integrated together on an event-driven basis.
  • The technology offered by EDA ...

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