Uniformly structured event messages combined with organized and consistently named event channels is a key enabler for establishing a future-proof, “snap-in” integration architecture. This event-driven architecture blends and standardizes events from a variety of sources with vastly different native structures into a standardized structure (“canonical model”) that can be rapidly consumed from established information channels.
The benefit of such a design can be reasonably compared to the establishment of the Dewey Decimal system in 1876, which was a revolutionary classification system that enabled readers and researchers to rapidly locate targeted information across millions of books, magazines, and newspapers.
In this EDA Summit session, representatives from Slalom Consulting cover:
• Challenges of enterprise event management
• The benefits of governance over event structure and channel organization
• Abstraction framework and mechanisms
• Challenges and trade-offs