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Event Processing: Designing IT Systems for Agile Companies by K. Chandy, W. Roy Schulte

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9The Role of Event Processing in SOA and Application Development

This chapter explores what it means to implement event processing in a commercial IT environment. We’ll begin by looking at how service-oriented architecture (SOA) relates to event-driven architecture (EDA). Then, we’ll discuss how projects that implement event processing differ from those that don’t, and suggest six specific action items for achieving success in event processing.

Using Events in SOA

SOA is probably the most-talked-about architectural style for modern business applications. Unfortunately, the talk can be confusing because people use the term SOA to mean a variety of things. To some, SOA is a general term for any new distributed application. To others, it means an ...

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