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September 28-29, 2021
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Wednesday, September 29 • 11:30am - 12:00pm
Triggered: Linking Events to Behavior through Specifications - Alianna Inzana, Independent Consultant

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Event-driven architectures are not new - but the way they are used, documented, and specified has matured significantly in the past few years. Events often trigger the broader patterns of behavior that your service was built to deliver, or complete chains of behavior with asynchronous components, but event-driven services do not exist in a vacuum - or in mono-culture.

In today's talk, we will discuss the use of specifications to link event-driven elements to the behavior of the broader system and where focusing on maturing your approach to event-driven architecture has the greatest payoff for your organization and your team.

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Alianna Inzana

API Product Leader, Independent Consultant
Ali is a thought leader in the API space. She most recently was a product leader for API Testing & Virtualization at SmartBear. Her career has spanned institutional finance, energy, cyber security, and has led her to building the software that makes those other platforms possible... Read More →



Wednesday September 29, 2021 11:30am - 12:00pm PDT
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