HKEx Eyes Event-Driven Architecture

The exchange is currently working on building its enterprise data bus, for better internal data management.

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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) is looking to adopt an event-driven architecture as part of its three-year technology roadmap. 

An event-driven architecture—the software architecture and model for designing applications—will help the exchange to build different types of data and analytics products. The architecture uses events to trigger and communicate between separate services, particularly in modern applications that use microservices.

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