Event Sourcing

CQRS, l’architecture aux deux visages (partie 2)

Dans le billet CQRS l’architecture aux deux visages (partie 1), nous vous avions présenté les bases d’une architecture CQRS. En effet une application combine des fonctionnalités de consultation d’une part (Read) et traitement métier d’autre part (Write). CQRS propose d’aborder ces deux groupes de fonctionnalités comme deux contextes d’utilisation distincts afin d’appliquer des stratégies de design adaptées à leurs besoins spécifiques. Dans cet article, nous allons essayer d’apporter des réponses à la question laissée en suspens : comment construire une application satisfaisant aux exigences liées au contexte de…

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Archi & Techno

Complex Event Processing

Today’s information society abounds in a myriad of information flows, computer-based human collaborations, software agent interactions, electronic business transactions, and the explosion of data on the Internet. Understanding what is happening in these environments is becoming increasingly difficult. In other words, we need to find the best ways to make sense of this wealth of data, to improve the quality and availability of information, and to ensure effective responses. Traditional storage and data analysis technologies are not adapted to this exponential growth of volume and…

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Archi & Techno

Event Sourcing & noSQL

I saw the talks of Greg Young about CQRS & especially “Event Sourcing” a couple of times and each time, I really really tell myself this pattern is just “génial” (the way we say it in french) even if Martin Fowler wrote about it in 2005 and deals in details with implementation concerns and issues (especially in the cases of integration with external systems). Event Sourcing : stop thinking of your datas as a stock but rather as a list of events...

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