Event-driven architecture, also known as EDA, is proving to be an ideal model for application design. This architecture pattern relies on certain event triggers, that can help different businesses and enterprises achieve both flexibility and scalability, for real-time adaptation and decision-making. While this may sound simple, it gets fairly complex.
EDA also differs from event notifications in several significant ways. EDA requires the transmission of events between event producers and event consumers. To better understand how EDA works and how it can drive sales, here’s what you need to know.
EDA is defined by several key components
Event-driven architecture (EDA), as mentioned, relays state changes from the event producer or event source, to the event consumer.…Continue reading