Event-Driven Architecture Enables Loose Coupling to Drive Scalability
Event-driven architecture allows software execution to flow based on events or messages. It also allows components or services to communicate with each other by sending and receiving events.
Events like user actions, sensor readings, or database updates trigger a corresponding event handler or listener, which then performs the necessary actions or computations. The resulting loose coupling between components enables scalability as different parts of a system can react to events independently.