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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 […]

Heterogeneous microservices

Heterogeneous microservices

Heterogeneous microservices Microservices architecture is increasingly popular nowadays. One of the promises is flexibility and easier working in larger organizations by reducing the amount of communication and coordination between teams. The thinking is, teams have their own service(s) and don’t depend on other teams, meaning they can work independently, thereby reducing coordination efforts. Especially with […]

Interview with Sam Newman, author of Building Microservices

Interview with Sam Newman, author of Building Microservices

After living in Australia for the last five years, the Londoner, and author of the well-received Building Microservices, has returned home to focus on his business as an independent consultant. We caught up via Skype to discuss his upcoming visit to Amsterdam and the tech trends that he is keeping his eye on. Reading time: […]