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Getting started with Kafka for event-driven architecture (EDA)

With the rise of distributed microservices, the communication patterns for services becomes more important. Join us to take the event journey that can help your architecture move from only REST HTTP APIs to an event-driven architecture.
In this webinar, we'll drill down into replayable events implemented through Apache Kafka and answer:

• What is an event?
• What type of events are there?
• How do events fit in the microservices architecture?
• What are the communication patterns available for services?
Recorded Apr 29 2021 53 mins
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