Asynchronous messaging patterns for event-driven microservices

Here are a few popular asynchronous messaging patterns that enable the faster realization of event-driven and asynchronous messaging microservices. Let's refer to the following points:

  • Event sourcing: Today, events are penetrative and pervasive, and occur in large numbers due to the broader and deeper proliferation of multi-faceted sensors, actuators, drones, robots, electronics, digitized elements, connected devices, factory machineries, social networking sites, integrated applications, decentralized microservices, distributed data sources, stores, and so on. Thus, events from varied and geographically distributed sources get streamed into an event store, which is termed as ...

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