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Enhanced Cybersecurity through Event-Driven Architectures

In this blog, we'll take a closer look at the benefits of using an Event-Driven Architecture, which challenges you'll need to consider, and which strategies and tools can help you overcome these challenges.

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8 Reasons Why You Should Implement an Event-Driven Architecture

In this article, we will explore the various advantages of implementing an Event-Driven Architecture.

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Navigating the future of your data mesh with events

In this blog, we’ll cover the solutions that data mesh brings to the table and why events are a natural fit in those solutions, rather than provide a complete overview of data mesh.

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How to delete immutable data with crypto-shredding

We can use crypto-shredding to delete immutable data from a system. In this tutorial, we will discuss how we can do this. Let’s get started!

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Schema evolution in practice

In this blog post, we will give you some clear guidelines that all team members can easily understand. This will guarantee that schema evolution is not an afterthought in your team

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Has ERP come to an end?

In this blog post, we will explore the potential future of ERP software and how Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) can help businesses make the most of their resources. Stay tuned – the future of ERP is looking cloudy!

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5 pitfalls to avoid when implementing an Event-Driven Architecture

At Cymo, we have helped several customers to overcome these challenges and we have identified many pitfalls along the way. In this blog we list what we think are the 5 most important ones:

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The death of BI

It’s obvious by now that everyone is struggling to gain insight into data. Can the issues be solved with a new form of business intelligence (BI)? Or is BI doomed?

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What is Event-Driven Architecture (EDA)?

Our founders have shared a passion for designing and implementing event-driven architecture (EDA) throughout their careers as cloud & solution architects.