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The potential of Machine Learning with the Axon Framework

Machine Learning creates lots of value in the business processes, if and when applied properly and the right data is available. These days a lot of data is already held within organisations. It is common to see this data unused, with possibilities and insights unseen. While it can be due to limitations of modelling and […]

Exposing asynchronous communication through a synchronous REST API with Spring 5

Exposing asynchronous communication through a synchronous REST API with Spring 5

On my current project, we opted not to use REST for the communication between our services. Instead we make use of AxonIQ’s AxonHub, which acts as a specialized message broker. Messages can be of three types: Command – You want to change something Event – You want to inform others of something that happened Query […]

Using Axon with PostgreSQL without TOAST

The client I work for at this time is leveraging Axon 3. The events are stored in a PostgreSQL database. PostgreSQL uses a thing called TOAST (The Oversized-Attribute Storage Technique) to store large values. From the PostgreSQL documentation: “PostgreSQL uses a fixed page size (commonly 8 kB), and does not allow tuples to span multiple […]

Axon from the trenches: how to keep your code compatible with legacy events and Sagas

Imagine you’re using Axon to run an event sourcing application. Your production event store might contain millions of events, created in various versions of the application. Wouldn’t it be nice to know for sure that the latest version of your application plays nicely with all your production events and Sagas, including those from previous versions? […]

Axon Framework Release Party 2.0 great succes!

The Axon release Party, which was organized on Thursday last week, has been a great success. The event was at the Observant in Amersfoort and with 40 curious enthusiastic attendees we kicked the day off with a nice lunch. Following that, Allard gave an introduction on CQRS and presented the latest features of Axon 2. E.Novation and Aktive Reply presented their case studies, showing how they used Axon in their applications. Finally, an panel of experts was interrogated during the Panel Discussions. A nice cold drink and some snacks gave the final touch to the day.

AFAS’ CIO Rolf de Jong hosts Panel Discussions at Axon Seminar

AFAS’ CIO Rolf de Jong hosts Panel Discussions at Axon Seminar

On February 28th 2013, Trifork will organize the Axon 2 launch seminar. During this seminar, visitors will be introduced to CQRS and Axon Framework, of which version 2 was released just a few weeks ago. The seminar will be an afternoon packed of technical insight, case studies and panel discussions, whereby we look forward to […]

Axon Framework 2.0 Released!

After laying the ground work for this release about a year ago, we now proudly announce the next major release of Axon Framework! The 2.0 release is a big step forward compared to the previous version, as it contains a thorough restructuring of components, making it even easier to build scalable and extensible applications.

Axon Framework 2.0-rc1 released

Axon 2 has hit an important milestone today, as we have published the first Release Candidate. This release marks a major milestone towards the final 2.0 release, expected early January. All features on the roadmap have been implemented in this release. The coming weeks, these features will be refined and fine-tuned for optimal performance and […]