Events report that something took place in a digital twin in Ditto. Important is the “past tense” here; it took already place (it was for example persisted into the data store) and cannot be reversed or stopped.
Events are one of the centerpieces of Ditto:
- they are persisted/appended into the data store,
- they are published in the Ditto cluster, so other Ditto back end services can react on them (e.g. in order to update the search index) and
- they are published to interested and authorized parties via the WebSocket API as well as via HTTP Server Sent Events as well as connection targets via change notifications.