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It's easy for developers to get enthusiastic about how simple it seems to implement an event-driven architecture with NServiceBus. Reality, however, can be quite different. Chances are you won't be able to start a new green field project to do this. Instead you'll need to add small pieces to your existing systems step-by-step and, hopefully, migrate to the new target architecture over a longer period.
In this session, Jan Ove Skogheim, will talk about how Rikstoto, the only licensed horse racing operator in Norway, moved from a layered service platform with Web Services calling other Web Services to a fully scaled out event driven platform based on NServiceBus. All this over a period of two years, while keeping the internal and external clients of the platform fully functional. He’ll talk about the step-by-step process used and the lessons learned by both the developers and the operations team.
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From layered Web Services to an Event-driven Architecture at Rikstoto
Jan Ove Skogheim is an architect and developer working on distributed .NET systems for the Norwegian company Webstep.