Benefits of Migrating to Event-Driven Architecture | Amazon Web Services

Published on 19 Apr 2022, 16:53
Two options when building web applications are request-response and event-driven architecture. In request-response architecture, an application’s components communicate via API calls. The client sends a request and expects a response before performing the next task. In event-driven architecture, the client generates an event and can immediately move on to its next task.
Different parts of the application then respond to the event as needed. In this post, you learn about the reasons you would want to move from request-response architecture to an event-driven architecture.

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