Achieve true decoupling and optimized resiliency with event-driven architecture as your backbone
For architects and developers who are tired of struggling with routing
massive amounts of events and need real-time analytics. Respond to
customer actions, external and internal system events immediately.
Say goodbuy to sluggish performance. Say hello to event-driven architecture.
What is event-driven architecture?
Event-driven architecture is a modern IT system design approach centered around events. By leveraging events as triggers for actions, event-driven architecture enables seamless communication and responsiveness between applications, microservices, and connected systems in real-time.
In event-driven architecture components publish events, which are then consumed by other components, allowing for flexible and scalable system interactions.
Embrace event-driven architecture to enhance real-time responsiveness, handle complex workflows, decouple your landscape, and streamline integrations.
Why use event-driven architecture?
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Experience the power of cutting-edge event-driven architecture solutions tailored to empower your enterprise. Our focus is on harmonizing your IT ecosystem, enabling efficient data flows and streamlined operations.
As an extension of your in-house integration department, we go beyond providing advanced integration solutions. Our team of experts holds a deep understanding of both integrations and business processes, ensuring a comprehensive approach to your integration needs.
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Get upscale of your internal skills, ensuring your department has the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the integration landscape with confidence. We will help define governance for event-driven architecture, ensuring you are using it the right way – not just now but also for future scenarios.
Helping great companies simplify their IT landscape
Event-driven architecture partners
Solace offers an event streaming and management platform. Their PubSub+ Platform gives you everything you need to design, deploy, manage, visualize, and govern event-driven architecture across hybrid, multi-cloud, and IoT environments.
With Solace’s PubSub+ Platform for event-driven architecture, it’s easy to create an event mesh, and architects and developers can work together to define, model, catalog, and visualize events, event-driven applications, and event flows.
Apache Kafka from Confluent
Apache Kafka from Confluent is an open-source distributed streaming system used for stream processing, real-time data pipelines, and data integration at scale.
Apache Kafka consists of a storage layer and a compute layer that combines efficient, real-time data ingestion, streaming data pipelines, and storage across distributed systems. In short, this enables simplified, data streaming between Kafka and external systems, so you can easily manage real-time data and scale within any type of infrastructure.
Confluent is a widely used tool for event-driven microservices.
Microsoft Azure offers two powerful services for event-driven architectures: Azure Event Hub and Azure Event Grid.
Event Hub provides a scalable, fully managed platform for processing and ingesting large volumes of events in real-time. It enables real-time analytics, IoT telemetry, and big data processing.
Event Grid offers a reliable event routing service that decouples event publishers from subscribers, allowing for dynamic event-driven workflows. It supports a wide range of event publishers and subscribers, making it versatile for building reactive applications. Together, these services empower enterprises to efficiently handle event-driven scenarios and build responsive, scalable systems on the Azure platform.
Accelerate your microservices with event-driven architecture
Experience the ultimate acceleration of your microservices with event-driven architecture. By adopting a decoupled communication model through events your microservices can operate at unmatched speed and agility.
To fully unleash the potential of microservices, decoupled communication via events is the key. It eliminates dependencies and enables seamless scalability and rapid deployment.
With event-driven architecture, your microservices can communicate asynchronously, ensuring loose coupling and freeing you to innovate and evolve your architecture without constraints.