Category Archives: Event-driven

Business Rules and Ontology in an Event-Driven Architecture

Bas van der Raadt describes an event-driven business architecture that connects business activities (business rules) with business data (ontology) via business events (state changes of business data). model. He explains how everything comes together and how it helps business people … Continue reading

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The Death of Batch?

Forbes recently spoke to Hazelcast about the future of enterprise applications. “Where data exists in environments and sits in applications, databases, web services and other entities that move back and forth, its non real-time status is typically denoted by the … Continue reading

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Event-Driven Microservices using Spring Boot and Kafka

This Java Guide explains how to build a simple Event-Driven Microservices application using Spring Boot and Apache Kafka. You will learn how to use Apache Kafka as a message broker for Asynchronous communication between multiple microservices. Link

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User-Facing Analytics

There is an increasing need to unleash analytical capabilities directly to the end users to democratize decision making. This “User-Facing Analytics” is a new frontier that will shape the products of tomorrow and push the limits of existing technology. It … Continue reading

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Decision Services Handling Large Payloads

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Using Episodic Memories to Predict Upcoming Events

This paper addresses an important problem in control of episodic memory to be used to predict upcoming states in an environment where past situations sometimes reoccur. One of the key benefits is reducing the risk of retrieving irrelevant memories. Read more

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Intelligent Event Broker

Jason English, a Principal Analyst from Intellyx, wrote a whitepaper called “Event Mesh: Event-Driven Architecture for the Real Time Enterprise”:  “We live and work in an event-driven world. Tightly coupled integrations, and conventional data transfer and processing techniques won’t be … Continue reading

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Real-Time Decision-Making

How does your Decisioning Platform support real-time decision-making? Coolfire: “In order to make real-time decision-making a core organizational capability, it’s time for organizations of all kinds to invest in a platform designed to make their data actionable. That means utilizing a … Continue reading

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Teach Your Microservices to Dance

Jonathan Schabowsky from Solace.com focuses on the choreography of stateless event-driven microservices: “Orchestration entails actively controlling all elements and interactions like a conductor directs the musicians of an orchestra, while Choreography entails establishing a pattern or routine that microservices follow … Continue reading

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