Trends, Future & Community
Monday, 16. October 2023., 09:00
Event-driven services have become popular for building distributed systems that respond to real-time events. However, traditional event-driven architectures can be limited in scalability and fault tolerance.Enter synaptic services - an approach to event-driven services that draws inspiration from the structure and function of the synapses in the human brain. This talk will explore how synaptic services can provide a more robust and efficient architecture for event-driven systems.Unlike traditional event-driven services, synaptic services model service components as neurons and the connections between them as synapses. When an event occurs, it is transmitted through the synaptic network to the appropriate components, which process the event and may generate new events.The key difference is that synapses transmit events and transform them into commands. This mechanism emulates the synaptic behavior of the human brain, where incoming stimuli are transformed into neural impulses, triggering specific actions.By modeling services as synaptic networks, it is possible to leverage the inherent parallelism and redundancy of the human brain to create more robust and efficient service architectures. In this talk, we will discuss the advantages of this approach, including increased scalability, fault tolerance, and overall performance.Join me to learn more about how synaptic services can help us build more innovative, responsive, and reliable event-driven systems that can keep pace with the demands of the modern world.