Real-Time Business needs Event-Driven Architecture for Digital Transformation
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

Real-Time Business needs Event-Driven Architecture for Digital Transformation

October 13th, Successfully held

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Here’s what we discussed:

Enterprises are undergoing Digital Transformation to react to customer demand. With modernization, enterprises are redefining the value of data by elevating real-time experiences to stay competitive. When data is used in real-time, modern enterprises can harness the power of events to create new business value. Event-driven architecture (EDA) is the next adoption you should consider in your journey to power your real-time enterprise.

During this roundtable discussion we covered:
  • The importance of EDA. When and how to get started with EDA.
  • The challenges of distributed environments.
  • Overcome the legacy architecture that was not designed for events.
  • Data Mesh meets Event Mesh for real time streaming and business insights.
  • Best practices in EDA to adopt, manage and scale.

Moderated by

Sumeet Puri
Chief Technology Solutions Officer at Solace

Sumeet has extensive experience in building mission-critical, agile and high-performance systems in multiple industry verticals, including Banking, Telco, Transportation, and Manufacturing, with some of the world’s most complex enterprises. In recent times, Sumeet has been working on event-driven architectures in hybrid cloud settings, institutionalising innovation via a real time data movement foundation.


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