During TechDays 2010 in Portugal I did a session about “Event-Driven Architectures: Why, When and How?”. This was a level 300 session and we looked at real situations where we could make use of the EDA Approach. The purpose of this session was to show Why we need another approach other then SOA, and When is EDA a better approach than SO. To finalize we looked at How we can implement EDA, as well the components that this approach uses, and their product mapping. So the session was based on the following: Introduction Common Thoughts about SOA and … Continue reading Microsoft TechDays 2010 Portugal – Event-Driven Architectures: Why, When and How?