What is event-driven architecture and why is it important? Read the white paper to find out.

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A new way to EDA: Catalog, secure, and manage events like APIs

Event-driven architecture (EDA) is software architecture that promotes the production and consumption of events. Events can manifest in something as simple as a consumer goods order starting a fulfillment process, delivering data to a warehouse, printing a shipping label, and updating billing to release the order. The evolution beyond non-event-capable REST APIs enables organizations to make decisions based on real-time data and the freshest information possible, creating opportunities for more revenue, enhanced customer experiences, and more.

In this white paper, you’ll learn more about this API evolution, common challenges presented when event-enabling organizations, along with:

  • What a non-event enabled organization misses out on
  • The benefits of an event-driven API management approach
  • What Axway’s solution can offer organizations at any stage of their event-driven journey
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