Event-Driven Architecture (EDA)

Definition & Overview

Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) is an architectural pattern in which applications respond to events or messages, typically facilitated by Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) for real-time data integration. This approach enables applications to react to changes or occurrences instantaneously, promoting agility and responsiveness in business processes.

By leveraging EDA, organizations can achieve seamless event processing, allowing for timely decision-making and enhanced operational efficiency. iPaaS solutions play a crucial role in enabling EDA by providing the infrastructure and tools necessary for event-driven communication and data integration across disparate systems and applications.

Overall, EDA stands as a powerful paradigm for building scalable, adaptable, and event-driven applications that drive innovation and competitiveness in today's digital landscape.

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