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Event-driven architecture is an enterprise IT systems-driven approach to coordinating the various happenings of a business and the different types of data it deals with. It enables information to flow between applications, microservices, and connected devices in real-time. Similar to API, its purpose is to help businesses run more efficiently and smoothly.
Joining us to give us a more in-depth insight into it all is Jamil Ahmed, a Distinguished Engineer at Solace. Firstly, Jamil gives us an overview of what it means to be an event-driven enterprise, before detailing the advantages and challenges that come with it. Finally, he lends his expertise by sharing real-life use case examples of the technology.
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