6 reasons for adopting an event-driven architecture

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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