Event Modeling is a simple visual method for designing event-based information systems for the Confluent Streaming Data Platform. Event Modeling engages all stakeholders during the design process in order to reduce implementation costs and risk and to create systems that produce more strategically valuable data during operations.
Event Modeling is a design methodology for producing a simple, visual blueprint of the user experience and state changes in an information system. It was created by Adam Dymitruk of AdapTech Group and is being rapidly adopted by development teams. This method engages all stakeholders to produce a system design that captures requirements, focuses on the most essential aspects of information systems, and is straightforward to translate into software via Kafka and the Streams API.
Organizations are trying to adopt and implement event-based information systems due to the strategic value of the data produced by such systems. However, designing event-based information systems is less familiar to developers than traditional current state-based systems, which can cause teams to stumble, waste time and become frustrated when trying to adopt event streaming, event sourcing, etc.
This course will cover:
Approximately 2-3 hours
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