Event Driven Architecture The Complete Guide

Become an expert in one of the most popular Software Architecture styles in the world!
Event Driven Architecture The Complete Guide
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Event Driven Architecture The Complete Guide

What you’ll learn

Understand the basic concept of Event Driven Architecture
Design a robust Event Driven system
Be able to explain the difference between events and other forms of communication
Make a decision whether Event Driven Architecture is suitable for your system
Utilize Event Sourcing and CQRS when needed
Use SignalR and RabbitMQ in a real world event-based system
Learn about actual implementation of Event Driven Architecture
Understand the difference between Streaming and Event-Based system and when to use each one

Event Driven Architecture The Complete Guide


Some development knowledge is required
Familiarity with Software Architecture concepts is recommended but not mandatory
Some basic knowledge of Microservices can help, but is not mandatory


Event Driven Architecture is one of the most popular Software Architecture styles these days.Many new systems and organization adopt this new and exciting pattern, allowing for quick scaling and absolute flexibility in the system design.That means that a lot of Software Architects are looking for resources about Event Driven Architecture, but up until now – there was not a single, comprehensive course that covered all aspects of Event Driven Architecture.And this course does just that.After taking this course, you’ll know everything there is to know about Event Driven Architecture.We start from the very basics – what are events, what is Event Driven Architecture, and what problems does it solve? – and go to the most advanced concepts such as Event Sourcing, CQRS, and lots more.By the end of this course you’ll become a real expert in Event Driven Architecture, and you’ll be able to design advanced, robust events-based systems.Here is a partial list of what we’ll talk about in this course:- Events definition- Basics of Events Driven Architecture- Events Sourcing and CQRS- Streaming- Logging and Monitoring- Stateless vs Stateful events- Events implementationAnd so much more…Now, I wanted to make this course as practical as possible, and for this reason – at the end of the course we’re going to work on a real-world case study. In this case study we’ll design, together, a system from the ground up using the concepts we’ve learned in this course, since I really believe theory alone is not enough. And that’s not all: after designing the system – we’re actually going to build it! Using engines such as RabbitMQ and SignalR we’re going to build a full-blown, fully functional events-based system, which demonstrates the concepts of Event Driven Architecture and can be used as a template for your future projects.This course takes you from the absolute basics of Event Driven Architecture to the most advanced topics, known only to few. Completing this course will give you all the knowledge required for designing events-based systems, and, as a bonus, will put you in a great position when looking for your next job.No other course covers this topic in such a comprehensive and thorough way. I’ve put all my 20+ years of experience with hundreds of clients in this course, and I’m sure you will greatly benefit from it.————————————————————What do my students have to say about my courses?————————————————————“well done – The course was very practical” – Sam “Good explanation on the topics covered, “Soft Skills” section is a great addition of topics” – Sergio “[The course] given me the confidence to go out to the market and advertise myself as such [an Architect]” – Mathew”Life Changing” – ArivazhaganAnd lots more…————————————————————Who is this course for?————————————————————Any person who is involved in Software Architecture & development, even system analysts, can profit from this course. That includes:- Software Architects- Junior developers- Senior developers- Architects- Anyone who is interested in software architecture.If you’re not sure if this course is for you – drop me a note!————————————————————What are the prerequisites for this course?————————————————————It’s a good idea to have some basic knowledge about software architecture, but it’s not a must.In any case, you don’t have to have any prior knowledge of Event Driven Architecture!————————————————————About Me————————————————————I’ve been in the software industry for more than 25 years, and a Software Architect for more than 20 years, working with a variety of clients – Fortune 100 enterprises, start-ups, govt. entities, defense, telco, banking, and lots more.I’m an avid speaker and trainer, having trained thousands of students in various courses.I love what I do, and my greatest passion (well, besides my family…) is designing modern, practical, and reliable systems for my clients, using the best possible architecture patterns.


Section 1: Welcome

Lecture 1 Course Introduction

Lecture 2 Join the Software Architects Community

Lecture 3 Get the Course Slides

Lecture 4 Who is This Course For

Lecture 5 Agenda

Section 2: Events

Lecture 6 Introduction

Lecture 7 Microservices Architecture

Lecture 8 Command and Query

Lecture 9 Problems with Command and Query

Lecture 10 Event

Lecture 11 Contents of Event

Section 3: Event Driven Architecture

Lecture 12 Introduction

Lecture 13 Producer

Lecture 14 Channel

Lecture 15 Consumer

Lecture 16 Advantages of Event Driven Architecture

Lecture 17 EDA vs Pub/Sub

Lecture 18 Ordering in EDA

Lecture 19 Orchestration and Choreography

Section 4: Event Sourcing and CQRS

Lecture 20 Introduction

Lecture 21 Problems with Traditional DBs

Lecture 22 Event Sourcing

Lecture 23 CQRS

Lecture 24 When to use Event Sourcing and CQRS

Section 5: When to use Event Driven Architecture

Lecture 25 Introduction

Lecture 26 Scalability

Lecture 27 Asynchronous

Lecture 28 Reliable Network

Lecture 29 When not to use EDA

Section 6: Stateless and Stateful EDA

Lecture 30 Introduction

Lecture 31 Stateless EDA

Lecture 32 Stateful EDA

Lecture 33 Problems with Stateful EDA

Section 7: Event Streaming

Lecture 34 Introduction

Lecture 35 What is Event Streaming

Lecture 36 Differences between Streaming and EDA

Lecture 37 When to use Event Streaming and How

Section 8: Logging and Monitoring

Lecture 38 Introduction

Lecture 39 Challenges of Logging in EDA

Lecture 40 Correlation Id

Lecture 41 Central Logging Engine

Lecture 42 What Should Be Logged

Section 9: Advanced Topics

Lecture 43 Introduction

Lecture 44 Mixing EDA with Request/Response

Lecture 45 Synchronous EDA

Lecture 46 Events as Source of Truth

Lecture 47 The Saga Pattern

Lecture 48 Events on the Front End

Section 10: Implementing Event Driven Architecture

Lecture 49 Introduction

Lecture 50 Events Approach

Lecture 51 Implementing the Channel

Lecture 52 Implementing the Producer

Lecture 53 Implementing the Consumer

Section 11: Case Study

Lecture 54 Introduction

Lecture 55 Our System

Lecture 56 Installing .NET SDK

Lecture 57 Installing VS Code

Lecture 58 Installing RabbitMQ

Lecture 59 Building the Producer

Lecture 60 Building the Consumer

Lecture 61 Building the SignalR Client

Lecture 62 Summary

Section 12: Conclusion

Lecture 63 Conclusion

Lecture 64 BONUS: Next Steps

Software Architects who want to learn about Event Driven Architecture,Developers (juniors or seniors) who want to know more about Event Driven Architecture,Anyone who is interested in modern Software Architecture styles

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Udemy | English | 3h 10m | 468.55 MB
Created by: Memi Lavi

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