Follow the Leaders: Digital Business Innovation Is Event-Driven


Published: 16 February 2017 ID: G00323880

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Summary

Event-driven IT could make your organization more innovative and accelerate its transformation into a digital business. Application leaders modernizing application architecture should study the business drivers in this report to create a better roadmap for moving to event-driven IT architecture.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Analysis
    • Identify Business Problems in Your Organization That Could Be Solved With Event-Driven Architecture by Examining the Drivers of Event-Driven IT
      • Digital Business Decisions
      • Internet of Things
      • Business and IT Agility Solutions
      • Web-Scale Performance
      • Modern User Experiences
    • Invest in Skills and Technologies for Consolidated Support of Request- and Event-Driven IT Initiatives
  • Gartner Recommended Reading
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