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Server-Side Filtering

Articles
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.


New EventStoreDB Java Client

News
Mat McLoughlin,

Event Store is pleased to announce the open-sourcing of a new supported GRPC-based Java client for EventStoreDB. Releasing the new EventStoreDB Java client is representative of Event Store’s intent to have fully supported, first-class clients for every major platform.




EventStoreDB 20.6.0 Release

Release Notes
Hayley Campbell,

We are pleased to announce the official release of EventStoreDB 20.6.0! Thank you to everyone who tried out the previews and release candidates and provided us with some great feedback. It is available for the following operating systems: Windows Ubuntu 16.04 Ubuntu 18.04 CentOS 7 (Commercial version) Amazon Linux 2 (Commercial version) Oracle Linux 7 (Commercial version) Where can I get the packages? Downloads are available on our website. The packages can be installed using...


What is Event Sourcing?

Articles
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 Announces EventStoreDB Name Change

News
Mat McLoughlin,

We are pleased to announce a name change to our core product: the current Event Store open source database technology will be renamed EventStoreDB. “There are two major reasons for the name change. One is to make it as clear as possible that the flagship Event Store technology is a database technology. We had occasional feedback that this wasn’t completely clear. Two, it makes room for other products that are on Event Store’s roadmap and...



Announcing a New Versioning Strategy

News
Mat McLoughlin,

There’s a lot of changes happening at Event Store, with an increase in team size and a new vision for taking Event Store to the next level. As part of these changes, we are updating our versioning and release strategy. This is to make it clearer to our customers when they can expect a new release and how long we will support it for. From the next release (that would have been called V6) we...


EventStoreDB 20.6 Release Candidate

Release Notes
Pieter Germishuys,

We are pleased to announce the release candidate of Event Store 20.6, which contains mainly bug fixes and improvements on the previous release This release is not intended to be used in production, we welcome your feedback as we prepare for final release. If you encounter any issues, please don’t hesitate to open an issue on GitHub if there isn’t one already or head over to our community forum to start a discussion. You can...