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Design, Catalogue, Discover and Use Your Event Assets

How do you communicate about the Event assets in your organisation?  Where do you keep what Events there are?  Authors and users of RESTful APIs are used to a rich suite of tools that gather, document, manage, monitor and govern their APIs so that teams can collaborate on their API assets, re-using where possible.  In this session we will show how this can be done for Events, showing how they can be designed, catalogued and re-used; and how, with the help of code generation using AyncAPI, developers can abstract the Event interface to concentrate on consuming the Event specification and acting upon it.


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Tom Fairbairn

Solace Distinguished Engineer

Tom is a Solace Distinguished Engineer, helping organisations visualise, architect, design, implement and deploy Event Driven Architectures in industries such as Financial Services, Gaming and Manufacturing.  With a background in Enterprise Architecture, asynchronous techniques and high...

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Henry Moore, 4th flr.

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SPONSORED SOLUTIONS TRACK II

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