Event Modeling

To model Event-Driven Software Systems
Contributed by

Patrick Carney

Published September 30, 2019
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What Is Event Modeling?

Event Modeling is a way to design a blueprint for an Information System of any size or scale. It is done in a way that allows the clearest communication of the system's workings to the largest possible cross-section of roles in an organization. The system can be checked for completeness by following the single thread of data propagation through it.

Why Do Event Modeling?

To help better understand and model an information system with clarity for all (linking UX/UI all the way through to persistance) through a visual representation.

How to do Event Modeling?

Further Information

EventModeling.org - What is Event Modeling?

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