Microservices architectures enable organizations to evolve their systems away from slow, unresponsive shared-state architectures of the past. Confluent provides a data in motion platform for seamless data flow and real-time microservices communication between all your apps, systems, and data stores. Learn more about event-driven microservices architecture with the complete guide.
Microservice architectures allow applications to be built as a collection of small, independent, autonomous services with asynchronous communication. Because they’re highly maintainable, lightweight, and testable, they provide the ideal architecture for agile, flexible, and scalable development across different organizational constraints.
A large application delivered as a network of small microservices requires real-time inter-service communication to function as a single application. As the number of microservices increases, this architecture becomes even more challenging, introducing requirements around continuous integration and delivery, scalability, and resiliency without increasing latency, network, and processing costs.
While there are numerous microservices communication solutions, event-driven microservices provides the most seamless and decoupled separation of concerns, increasing the agility of your business while making your data accessible to customers and users.
Microservices architectures enable organizations to evolve their systems away from the slow and unresponsive shared-state architectures of the past.
Confluent provides an event streaming platform for incorporating data in flight into a lightweight, efficient, and responsive microservices architecture. Confluent is the backbone for event driven services.
Confluent modernizes any system with an event-driven architecture. The second an event happens, services update data in real-time for seamless integration, data consistency, and scalable, responsive microservices orchestration.
Event-driven microservices architecture allows decoupled systems from different business units to work together with minimal coordination.
Free up engineers and IT from endless monitoring, configurations, and maintenance. Save on development costs and improve organizational efficiency.
Facilitate real-time, inter-service communication and event streaming without sacrificing data quality, consistency, or security.
Seamless inter-service communication between containers and applications help your org deliver maximum value without undue dependence on monolithic, legacy systems.
Integrate data regardless where it resides - on-prem data silos, mainframes, cloud services, or serverless infrastructure.
Future-proof your infrastructure to meet and manage current, future, and peak data volumes with full security, resiliency, and scalability.
A single source of truth for all your services, data, apps, and systems
Application architecture is shifting from monolithic enterprise systems to flexible, event-driven approaches. With Confluent, real-time data can be consumed as continuous streams of data before they’re even requested. Confluent's ability to ingest, integrate, and react to in-stream events extends capabilities beyond other microservice communication, application integration, and streaming data platforms.
A streaming platform that acts as a central nervous system for your entire organization. Leverage all-inclusive data streams and focus on business logic that generates value.
Increase developer productivity and agility. Upgrade consumers and producers with new data formats while preserving existing contract agreements.
Scalable, elastic, fault tolerant, atomic and simple stream processing for microservices communications. Powerful in-flight data transforms ensure interoperability between services.
This three-part online talk series introduces key concepts, use cases and best practices for getting started with microservices.
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