How to enable your Event-driven architecture and supercharge your integration strategy

Microservices and Kafka

Event-driven IT architectures aren’t new; they’re already widely used. But what has changed is where and how these architectures run and the technologies behind them. 

While traditional, on-premises SOA 2.0 architectures, built as tightly coupled monoliths, are fragile, expensive to maintain, and not reusable — modern cloud architectures run 24x7, maintain uptimes of 99.999%, and scale to meet unpredictable workloads. Event-driven architectures are a key component of cloud application development.They support lightweight services that can be individually deployed and loosely coupled to minimize dependencies. And they scale out as needed, instantly. 

In this webinar you will  learn:

  • What an event-driven architecture is
  • Why the value of information diminishes over time and the importance of business moments 
  • Why microservices and Apache Kafka are a perfect fit for detecting and acting on events 
  • How industries like manufacturing, retail banking, betting & gaming, and retail are benefiting from event-driven architectures 

Tune in to learn more about event-driven architectures, and why they’re the best choice when transitioning to the cloud, enabling you to integrate with a large number of SaaS providers, scaling as needed, and delighting your customers.

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