Jeremy is the Director of Community at Solace, previously at Auth0 and XDA. He has spent over 20 years in technological pursuits, and is active in DevRel and Community circles. A lover of all things coffee, community, open source, and tech, he has a wife, 3 kids, and two dogs (a beagle and a shiba inu) who all profess undying love. He is also house-broken, and plays well with others
unfold_lessunfold_more API Management, Meet Event Management
- You will learn about Event-Driven development and why you should use it
- You will learn about the emerging AsyncAPI open source spec
- Event-driven architecture enables richer, more responsive applications
- New “event management” tools make it easy to develop and deploy events at enterprise scale
Wonder why API-centric request/reply interactions are still so popular despite the obvious advantages of event-driven architecture? It’s because API management tools like portals, catalogs and gateways make it really easy to create, deploy and optimize RESTful applications across the enterprise. I’ll explain why companies that want to embrace EDA need that same simplicity, and how lessons learned in the API space are fast-tracking the introduction of tools that’ll let developers and architects collaboratively define, discover and manage event-based applications and interactions.