Guide to Reactive Application Development and Akka
Reactive Application Development builds reliable enterprise applications using reactive design patterns. It designs elastic domain models, builds fault-tolerant systems, efficient handling of large data volumes.
Akka is a toolkit to build highly concurrent, distributed, and fault tolerant event-driven applications on the JVM. Reactive Design Patterns are event-based architectures for asynchronous handling of the large volume of concurrent service requests from single or multiple service handlers building responsive applications on JVM.
Features of Reactive Design Patterns
- Domain Driven Design
- Reactive Microservices
- Consistent, Availability and Scalable
- Message and Coordination
Real-Time Applications of Reactive Design Patterns
- Design and deploy scalable, resilient, responsive and elastic systems.
- Design Reactive Microservices.
- Reactive techniques and patterns.
- Online Shopping Application.
- Huge transaction processing services of the Banking sector.
- Share trade business.