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Domain events versus integration events
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Use domain events to explicitly implement side effects of changes within your domain. In other words, and using DDD terminology, use domain events to explicitly implement side effects across multiple aggregates. Optionally, for better scalability and less impact in database locks, use eventual consistency between aggregates within the same domain. An event is something that has happened in the past. A domain event is, something that happened in the domain that you want other parts of the same domain in-process to be aware of. The notified parts usually react somehow to the events. For example, if you're just using Entity Framework and there has to be a reaction to some event, you would probably code whatever you need close to what triggers the event. So the rule gets coupled, implicitly, to the code, and you have to look into the code to, hopefully, realize the rule is implemented there. On the other hand, using domain events makes the concept explicit, because there is a DomainEvent and at least one DomainEventHandler involved. In short, domain events help you to express, explicitly, the domain rules, based in the ubiquitous language provided by the domain experts.