A multi-node, multi-tenant, multi-context, zero-configuration event store and message router
What levels of security does Axon Server provide?
- Securing data in transit (TLS)
- Securing communication between AS cluster and clients
- Securing intracluster communication
- Securing data at rest (ADP)
What is the difference between Axon Server Enterprise and Axon Server Standard?
Enterprise Edition (EE) has clustering
EE supports multi contexts
EE supports more granularity in terms of security
EE is paid edition
How many nodes do I need to run an Axon Server Cluster?
First of all, it is recommended to have an odd number of nodes, preferably 3 or 5 - having more nodes would increase latency. This is explained by the underlying Consensus Protocol that we use, RAFT, as it states that an even number of nodes will reduce availability.
How do I migrate to/from Axon Server Enterprise?
Please read our article regarding this matter here.
How can I backup my data?
Having a cluster of nodes already gives you a form of backup. However, it is possible to backup events and snapshots, control DB and replication log in addition to clustering.
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.