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If you build an Event-Driven Architecture over a Request-Driven Architecture using Microservices you want to avoid Microservices having to call each other. But how is this possible, given that each Microservice isolates its own data store, so that you cannot read their data?
In this workshop you will learn about Event Carried State Transfer as a solution to implementing event driven collaboration https://martinfowler.com/articles/201701-event-driven.html
You will build an Event Carried State Transfer solution, starting with a shared queue and moving to a message log. By the end you will have discoverd how to implement this critical Event Driven Architecture pattern.
All examples will be in C# using RMQ and Kafka.
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