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Three-letter acronyms (TLAs) are hardly new in Information Technology: EAI, ESB, SOA, BPM, BAM, ETL, MDM; the list goes on and on. This article is about yet another three-letter acronym, EDA, which stands for Event-Driven Architecture. EDA is not a brand new technology, but rather a proven paradigm in system-level programs, war and military simulator applications, gaming, and other areas. EDA has started to shape how general-purpose business applications are architected. This article explores the relationship between EDA and business applications, explains the technical background, and provides implementation details of a sample use case. Business Applications and EDA Despite efforts to simplify the IT infrastructure for medium and large enterprises, this area often becomes fragmented and disparate. This problem is prevalent in fast-growing business environments, as... (more)