kafka microservices

Choosing the right asynchronous-messaging infrastructure for the job

Choosing the right asynchronous-messaging infrastructure for the job

The term asynchronous means “not occurring at the same time.” In the context of distributed systems and messaging, this term implies that request processing will occur at an arbitrary point in time. Asynchronous interactions hold many advantages over synchronous ones, but they also introduce new challenges. In this article, we will focus on specific considerations for choosing the asynchronous-messaging infrastructure for your event-driven systems.

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Creating event sources in the OpenShift 4.5 web console

Creating event sources in the OpenShift 4.5 web console

Red Hat OpenShift 4.5 makes it easier than ever to deploy and run event-driven applications that react to real-time information via event notifications. Empowered by OpenShift Serverless, applications come to life through events, scaling up resources as needed (or up to a pre-configured limit), and then scaling back to zero after the resource burst is over.

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