Queuing Theory for evaluating system performance in Event Driven Architecture – Part 1

Event Driven Architecture (EDA) is gaining a lot of popularity due to the benefits it offers to an enterprise to easily connect multiple disparate systems. Instead of creating a direct or point to point communication links between the systems that need to talk to each other, the communication process can be decoupled by having the … Continue reading Queuing Theory for evaluating system performance in Event Driven Architecture – Part 1