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The Road to Cloud: Part 1

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Zachary Schneider,

We made it! Event Store Cloud is now in Early Access. In this post, we will share some information about what we have built and what decisions allowed us to execute at a rapid pace with a small team.


Server-Side Filtering

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Mat McLoughlin,

In the latest version of EventStoreDB we brought out a new feature, server-side filtering. This feature allows you to pass a filter when querying EventStoreDB so that it will only return events that you asked for.




What is Event Sourcing?

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Alexey Zimarev,

Event Sourcing is an alternative way to persist data. In contrast with state-oriented persistence that only keeps the latest version of the entity state, Event Sourcing stores each state mutation as a separate record called an event.



Event Store on Kubernetes

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Zachary Schneider,

Due to the recent increase in popularity of Kubernetes and its excellence for the hosting and orchestration of stateless workloads, we regularly encounter the request to expound upon Event Store’s suitability for deployment via the purported king of cluster schedulers. To summarize, we recommend for reasons we will describe that, to get the most out of your Event Store database deployment, Event Store is deployed via native packages to bare metal systems or isolated virtual machines.


Guest post: Subscription service for EventStoreDB

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VME Retail have released version 1.0.0 of their Subscription Service, which is intended to make life that little bit easier for delivering events from EventStoreDB to clients. The Subscription Service has been used privately by VME Retail Ltd for a few years in various solutions, and they have decided to open the code up to the rest of the Event Store community.


Case Study: How Event Sourcing is Spurring Linedata’s Digital Transformation

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Event Sourcing is relatively new to the financial services industry. By implementing Event Store’s approach to support its digital transformation strategy, Linedata can be more responsive to the changing needs of its customers and gain a competitive edge in the market. “The core benefits of event-driven architecture allowed us to improve quality, performance and respond quickly to our customers,” said Adrian Tovey, who leads Linedata’s global program management. “Event Store has helped us meet the demand for change in the industry, a change in the way applications are used to deliver services to our customers; Linedata is at the forefront of those changes.”


Disabling disk caching in Ubuntu

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Amongst the many interesting discussions I had at Build Stuff last week was about how it’s desirable to switch off disk caching for the disks used for Event Store databases to help ensure that data is durable in the face of power failures. This is actually true of many databases, indeed, postgres gives you a warning about the possible dire consequences of having write caching switched on when you may experience power failure. You can...