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Event-Driven Architecture

Event-Driven Architecture

Event-Driven Architecture Definition

Event-driven architecture (EDA) is a strategy that involves designing your digital systems to be responsive to specific events or triggers, rather than being based purely on pre-set rules. The benefits of this approach can be substantial.

One of the most important benefits of EDA is the ability to react dynamically to changes in data or user behavior, which enables you to provide a seamless experience for your users. With EDA, you can decouple your architecture and improve the speed and scalability of your applications. Additionally, you can save costs by using fewer resources and only paying for what you need.

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