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Processing 1M tps with Axon Framework and the Disruptor

Processing 1M tps with Axon Framework and the Disruptor

LMAX, a trading company in the UK, recently open sourced one of their core components: the Disruptor. This component allows reduces execution overhead by removing the necessity for locks, while still keeping processing order guarantees. A pretty ingenious piece of engineering, if you ask me. I tried to apply the disruptor to the Axon Command […]

Axon Framework 1.0, first release candidate available

The Axon Framework 1.0 release is closing in. After over a year of development, all features planned for the 1.0 version are included. With the latest added features, Axon has become a powerful framework that helps developers implementing applications using on a CQRS based architecture. Although the 1.0-rc1 version doesn’t add a lot of new […]

Deploying a CQRS application based on the Axon framework on Google App Engine

Deploying a CQRS application based on the Axon framework on Google App Engine

The Axon framework is a CQRS framework created by Allard Buijze. From the beginning I am trying to help him out, mostly by creating samples. This blog post is about a sample I am creating for Google App Engine. Everybody that has been working with Google App Engine (GAE) knows that it enforces some limitations […]

Axon Framework – the CQRS framework for Java – version 0.4 released

Axon Framework – the CQRS framework for Java – version 0.4 released

Last week, I published the 0.4 release of the Axon Framework. Axon helps developers build high performance, scalable and extensible applications using the CQRS pattern. The 0.4 release is a major step towards 1.0, and includes transactional event handling, high-performance caching repositories and easy configuration of event sourcing support. Furthermore, we have also built a […]