Hookdeck and Building an Event Gateway with Alex Bouchard

This post was originally published on Software Engineer Daily

Event-driven architecture is a software design pattern where system components communicate through events that are generated by producers, and pushed to consumers. This design is often contrasted with a request-driven architecture, where components communicate with each other by sending requests and receiving responses.

Hookdeck is an event gateway for receiving, processing, and delivering asynchronous messages. It centralizes and streamlines communication between services, like a 3rd party API such as Shopify or Stripe, and internal endpoints or other APIs.

Alex Bouchard is the Co-founder of Hookdeck. He joins the podcast to talk about event-driven architecture, building event bridges, expanding Hookdeck beyond webhooks, and much more.

Full Disclosure: This episode is sponsored by Hookdeck.

Sean’s been an academic, startup founder, and Googler. He has published works covering a wide range of topics from information visualization to quantum computing. Currently, Sean is Head of Marketing and Developer Relations at Skyflow and host of the podcast Partially Redacted, a podcast about privacy and security engineering. You can connect with Sean on Twitter @seanfalconer .

Read the rest of this post, which was originally published on Software Engineer Daily.

Previous Post

Authlete and Making OAuth Accessible with Justin Richer

Next Post

Startup Investing with George Mathew