A multi-node, multi-tenant, multi-context, zero-configuration event store and message router
High Availability Deployments with Axon Server
Mar 21, 2023
Learn some of the trade-offs you should consider as well as some starting points you can use for your Axon Server Enterprise cluster.
Tiered storage capabilities in Axon Server
Mar 17, 2023
In this blog post, we'll look at how to use Axon Server's tiered storage to find a good balance between speed and cost using real-world examples.
How dumb do you want your pipes?
Dec 09, 2022
A comparison of Apache Kafka and Axon Server with respect to how they work as message pipe. Will go through the format used and how sending messages work. As well as how messages are routed and how the solutions scale.
Be up to date with releases and don't miss important announcements
Jun 07, 2022
Even if you are a frequent Discuss visitor, you may not know about some of its practical use cases. Did you know you can use the platform to track product releases and configure it to notify you when new versions are published?
Event Store Migration and Conversion - How to move or transform events in bulk
Dec 21, 2020
There are several situations where you might want to copy or move the contents of your Event Store, not just to build a view model, but to either move events to a new system or perform large-scale conversions on the contents. In this blog, we will look at some of the scenarios and the different approaches available.
Bounded contexts with Axon
Apr 05, 2019
Bounded Contexts represent logical boundaries from a run-time perspective, defined by contracts within software artefacts where the model is implemented. In Axon applications, the contract (API) is represented as a set of messages (commands, events, and queries) which the application publishes and consumes. Bounded Contexts are a strategic concept in Domain Driven Design, and it is important to know how it is reflected in the architecture and organizational/team structure.
September 28th, Amsterdam
Join us for the AxonIQ Conference 2023, where the developer community attends to get inspired by curated talks and networking.
September 27th, Amsterdam
The event to collaborate, discuss, and share knowledge about techniques, tools, and practices for building complex, distributed event-driven applications.