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The use of microservices is growing but this often means more operational complexity, especially in architectures that are tightly coupled. With event-driven architectures (EDAs), microservices communicate through a central broker, which means fewer dependencies, easier updates and maintenance, and a better developer experience.
Discover what’s next for EDAs and how your organisation can reap the rewards of this engineering approach by catching up on the content we presented at our recent DiUS x SmartBear breakfast event.
Watch Matt Fellows—Co-Founder of Pactflow and Principal Product Manager at SmartBear—and Gaurav Thadani—Lead Software and Data Engineer at DiUS—on why more organisations are adopting event-driven architectures to manage their microservices and better enable their teams to work collaboratively across both OpenAPI and AsyncAPI specifications.
The API world has grown tremendously since REST and SOAP. While request-response APIs aren’t going anywhere, event-driven architectures have emerged as an improved core component for organisations, acting as the central bus that RESTful and other API systems can integrate with.
View our presentation deck for more on RESTful microservice architecture challenges and how EDAs can help.
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