Nowadays, we usually build multiple services for a single product to work, and client apps need to consume functionality from more than one service. Microservices architecture has become a popular approach for building scalable and resilient applications. In a microservices-based system, multiple loosely coupled services work together to deliver the desired functionality. One of the key challenges in such systems is exchanging data between microservices reliably and efficiently. One pattern that can help address this challenge is the Outbox pattern.

In this article, we will explore how to implement the outbox pattern with a streaming database which can provide a reliable solution for microservices or multiple services data exchange.

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