Development organizations sensing the shift from user-driven to machine-driven access patterns in APIs and services should consider event-driven architectures.

These architectures enable the decoupling of rule-based services to microservices that consume and share data based on events.

They are a capable approach to handling large volumes of real-time, complex transactions among IoT devices, data streams, workflow systems, and other services that sense and react to changing conditions.

You can better understand why event-driven architectures are more important today by looking back over the last two decades of internet-based architectures.

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