Event-driven architecture is a pattern that uses events to trigger and communicate between decoupled services and is common in modern applications built with microservices. In this session, Samuel Roncal Vidal will describe in detail the software he was developing and why he believes event-driven architecture was the best option to data management control and scalability. Learn the benefits of EDA through a specific use case involving Angular, RabbitMQ, Laravel PHP, and STOMP and how implementing event-driven architecture gives end user the possibility to update all their reports with the latest information.
Samuel Roncal Vidal is a Peruvian systems engineer dedicated to building software for academic management processes. He started working as a data engineer in the banking sector for companies in Peru and Brazil. For the last 6 years he has been working at Universidad Peruana UnÃon as Academic Software Coordinator. Samuel is member of the IEEE and is passionate about technology and reading. He is currently building a framework to integrate event-driven architecture and site reliability engineering to improve software performance.
Samuel Roncal Vidal
Universidad Peruana Union