6 reasons for adopting an EDA to manage events like APIs

Enterprises use APIs to monetize their data and processes. But many apps and functions operate asynchronously, and not all APIs are suited for the traditional request/response model. Here are six reasons why companies are adopting an event-driven architecture (EDA) to turn their APIs into events that can be managed just like APIs.

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6 reasons for adopting an event-driven architecture

Here are six reasons why companies are adopting an event-driven architecture (EDA) to turn their APIs into ...