Introduction into Event-driven microservice (EDM) architecture consists of the following topics: two topologies content of events three types of events table-stream duality schemas for defining event data single writer principle features of event broker event broker vs message broker single source of truth principle scaling using containers and VMs microservice taxes that we should pay These topics are disclosed in the Chapter 2 of the book we are currently studying:
Our company’s books club has selected a book about Microservices. It is “Building Event-Driven Microservices: Leveraging Organizational Data at Scale” by Adam Bellemare Chapter 1 contains intro info: Types of architectures and differences between them: Traditional monolith-style architectures Service-oriented architectures (SOAs) Event-driven microservice (EDM) architectures Levels of Communication Structures and related Conway’s Law: business implementation data Problems with traditional architectures (monolith & SOA) when you need to:
The book club of our company has chosen a new wonderful book for reading: Robert Martin - Clean Architecture - a Craftsman’s Guide to Software Structure and Design 👍 Fifth part of the book contains A LOT of useful information: What is software architecture? What type of interdependencies can exist? How to draw borderlines between components? What type of borders exist? How to distribute policies by the levels? What are business rules, entities and use cases?