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You have applied the Saga pattern. In order to be reliable, services must atomically publish events whenever their state changes. It is not viable to use a distributed transaction that spans the database and the message broker.
How to reliably/atomically publish events whenever state changes?
The application insert events into an
EVENTS table as part of the local transaction.
A separate process polls the
EVENTS table and publishes the events to a message broker.
This pattern has the following benefits:
This pattern has the following drawbacks:
Application architecture patterns
Cross cutting concerns