is a great pattern in many ways for technical as well as business reasons. There are a bunch of exciting EventStores, CEP and CQRS Frameworks / Templates out there.
Amongst others in no particular order:
All of these have a slightly different focus, but all of them deal with persisting, streaming and sometimes processing of Events.
In a micro-service world, teams choose their own tools of trade. This is a very important benefit of using Micro-services in the first place, and you do not want to mess with this principle. However, where Subsystems communicate with each other (most likely corssing those team borders) you need some common ground. Event Sourcing is a great pattern here (as well as within those subsystems) because of the decoupling effect of its use.
GRPC and similar technological choices provide this solution including streaming, secure transport in a language agnostic way. Oh and one thing: Whatever solution we choose to store and stream forward needs to be failure tolerant, somewhat scalable and should pose minimal operational complexity and overhead to an existing system.
This is where some of the above solutions pose a possible problem:
While all of them are most probably great, when it comes to clustering, backup, data-/application-management and fail-over, none of these are trivial problems and most of them bring their own (certainly great) solution.