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Building Event-Driven Microservices - Chapter 10 - Basic Producer and Consumer Microservices

Building Event-Driven Microservices - Chapter 10 - Basic Producer and Consumer Microservices

Translations: RU
Basic Producer and Consumer (BPC) is a simple pattern for creating microservices. It forms the foundation of stateless and stateful services. You can use it for: interfacing layer between event streams and legacy systems leverage external stream processing systems to augment capabilities. But it requires your extra effort for: simple state materialization event scheduling timestamp-based decision making All of these is disclosed in the Chapter 10 of the book we are currently studying:
Building Event-Driven Microservices - Chapter 5 - Event-Driven Processing Basics

Building Event-Driven Microservices - Chapter 5 - Event-Driven Processing Basics

Translations: RU
Overviewing basics of event processing in Event-Driven Architectures: Typical structure of microservice Typical types of event transformations, 2 branching scenarios, merging streams Repartitioning events and when it can be useful Copartitioning events and when it is needed Assigning Partitions to a Consumer Instance. Three strategies to do this. Recovering from stateless processing instance failures. These topics are disclosed in the Chapter 5 of the book we are currently studying: