We are pleased to announce our new forum is now live at discuss.eventstore.com! It replaces our Google Group as the primary place for our community of developers to connect with other users and the team behind Event Store, to ask questions, find answers, and discuss all things Event Store with the rest of the community. It also acts as a great way for the community to provide us with vital feedback to help us understand...
During this webinar, you'll learn some patterns and anti-patterns of read models and get more piratical tips about implementing projections with Event Store subscriptions. We will also discuss eventual consistency in more detail and answer the most frequent questions about it.
We are going a little beyond the very basics of Event Sourcing and will start implementing an application that uses the CQRS pattern. During the webinar, Alexey will introduce the CQRS concept and will demonstrate why CQRS is important in event-sourced systems. There will be a great deal of live coding again, demonstrating all the moving parts of both command and query sides in a real-life, although simplistic, application with a domain model.
We are running a free webinar titled Introduction to Event Sourcing. It's a practical introduction for developers and architects who are new to Event Sourcing and are interested in seeing how to convert business requirements into an event-sourced application.
Alexey Zimarev has joined Event Store as a Developer Advocate and will play a key role in helping our users to write, deploy and run event-sourced applications using Event Store. His main focus will be on the improvement of the technical documentation for Event Store’s server and clients.
As COVID-19 has affected everyday life around the world, we wanted to let you know what we are doing at Event Store to ensure our customers and our employees are kept safe, and assure you that Event Store has put in place plans for continued operations and first-class support throughout this global challenge.
Version 5.0.8 has been released which contains a number changes and bug fixes. EventStoreDB 5.0.8 is out! This release contains some important bug fixes related to TCP connections for both the server and the .NET client. The fixes bring an overall improvement to the stability of subscriptions. It is available for the following operating systems: Windows Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 16.04 CentOS 7 (Commercial version) Amazon Linux AMI (Commercial version) Amazon Linux 2 AMI (Commercial version)...
Version 5.0.7 has been released which contains a critical fix for version 5.0.6. This issue could cause Event Store to refuse all connections in specific circumstances, such as after a framing error. Please see the github issue for more details. We recommend that you upgrade to version 5.0.7 as soon as possible if you are running 5.0.6.
We are pleased to announce the third preview release of EventStoreDB 6.0.0, which continues to move towards gRPC client access and .NET Core server support in EventStoreDB. If you encounter any issues, please don’t hesitate to open an issue on GitHub if there isn’t one already. You can download the packages from the downloads page under the Pre-Release section. Cluster role name change The terminology used for the cluster node roles has been changed from...
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.