This Week in EdU — Issue #1

A curated set of content and news around event-driven application space.

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Welcome to the very first issue of our weekly review. Starting from this week, we will be bringing you a curated set of content and news related to designing, building, and managing applications in the event-driven application space.

Let’s start by exploring Event Meshes.

Event Meshes

What is an Event Mesh?

This article gives an overview of Event Mesh, the business and technical value, and its core features.

Can we use a Service Mesh for Event-Driven Messaging?

In this article, Kasun Indrasiri explores the potential of using Service Meshes for Event-Driven Messaging and the key capabilities such a Service Mesh should have.

Event-driven Microservices

Microsoft Dapr is getting popular among developers as a portable runtime to build event-driven Microservices. If you are interested to learn more, here are the 5 Reasons Why You Should Use Microsoft Dapr to Build Event-driven Microservices.

Dapr has been in production at Alibaba for quite some time. To learn more, read How Alibaba is using Dapr.

Messaging and Streaming

Apache Kafka has been a critical piece in most of the modern Event-driven stacks. If you are new to Kafka and interested in covering some ground in a short time, Gunnar Morling and Hans-Peter Grahsl

came up with this cool idea.

Serverless functions and event-driven workflows

How to download data with AWS Step Functions?

In this article, Michael Bahr discusses the Step Functions Downloader Pattern, a serverless approach to retrieving and storing data from 3rd party APIs with as little custom code (read: Lambda functions) as possible.

Asynchronous processing with Cloud Run and Pub/Sub

This article describes a solution for asynchronous processing where an API running on Cloud Run will send events to Pub/Sub. These events will then be sent back to the API through a Pub/Sub push subscription.

AsyncAPI joins the Linux Foundation

Last but not least, this week has been exciting for the AsyncAPI specification team since they announced joining the Linux Foundation.

Congratulations, team! you made it. More exciting stuff to come in soon.

Final thoughts

I hope you enjoyed the weekly update. We’re always looking for ideas and feedback to make it better and more inclusive. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me on Twitter if you have anything in mind.

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Dunith Dhanushka

Dunith Dhanushka

Editor of Event-driven Utopia(eventdrivenutopia.com). Technologist, Writer, Developer Advocate at StarTree. Event-driven Architecture, DataInMotion

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