What is Event-Driven Architecture—Explained

Event-driven architectures (EDA) have a long and storied history, and for good reason. They offer a powerful way to build scalable and decoupled architectures.

However, people often have different ideas of what EDA means depending on when they were first introduced to this concept.

@abellemare, created a lightboard video to explore four main types of event-driven architectures, including the most commonly used patterns that you’re likely to see today—queues, topics, Ephemeral Messaging, and Application Internal.
:point_right: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-kKR3omk-g