Last week at JavaOne 2016, Chris Richardson, founder of Eventuate, Inc, and Kenny Bastani, developer advocate at Pivotal, gave a talk on using Event Sourcing to maintain data consistency in a microservices architecture.
Here is the code for the sample Spring Boot application that Kenny developed for the talk. What is especially exciting is that the microservices demo is built using Eventuate!
Here are the slides:
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To find out more about Eventuate:
We are super excited to announce that we have started migrating the example applications to the new Eventuate Java client. The highlights of this new client include:
- Open-source with Javadoc (still work in progress) and source jars
- Written in Java 8 instead of Scala with a Java wrapper
- Fully reactive
- Better modularity, which will make it easier to support more than just Spring applications
So far we have migrated the Money Transfer and the Customer and Orders examples.
For more information, please see the revised getting started guide.