Axon Server Training
We have developed a new training, this time to dive deeper into Axon Server. The training is structured in 2 sessions of 2 hours in a two-day period of time. During this course we will take a closer look at how you can benefit from Axon Server by explaining its goals and options, roughly summarized under these points:
- Event Store - Why we have built a dedicated Event Store solution, and why it is beneficial for you to use; configuration and optimization options will be shared.
- Messaging Platform - Having a dedicated message routing platform not only allows you to focus on the business functionality first, but it also provides the means to move to and take the evolutionary microservices route too; how this is achieved and what it brings, will be discussed in detail.
- Clustering - One of the main features of Axon Server Enterprise, is its clustering capability. It allows the platform to be ready for mission-critical enterprise projects, enabling better performance, high availability, and horizontal scaling among others.
Watch the video below to get a impression of what the training will look like
In addition, for 2 full weeks, you will...
- Have access to an exclusive Slack channel to have direct contact with the Axon trainers
- Benefit of an Axon Server Enterprise's License
- Messaging Platform
- Event Store
- Connectiong an Application
- Good understanding of the Java language
- Developers are expected to bring their own laptop with the IDE of their choice.
Duration: 2x2,5 hours spread over a two days period from 15:00 to 17:30 CET
Methods: theoretical lectures and practical lab exercises
Pricing for this first session: introduction price of €100,- or equivalent ex VAT per participant for the entire course.
Let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back in touch.
Steven van Beelen
Lead developer Axon Framework AxonIQ
Steven van Beelen is a Lead developer at AxonIQ with a keen interest in new and exciting technologies and methodologies.
The last couple of years this interest has chiefly been fulfilled by the Axon Framework and how it approaches software architecture. This eventually led him to become a part of the AxonIQ team. There, he currently helps small and large clients build Axon applications, gives training in it, develops the framework and is overall active in the Axon community. Always keen to learn and improve himself in the software space, he reads up on more abstract concepts like domain driven design, messaging patterns and event sourcing. He also keeps himself up to date with more concrete topics like new frameworks and languages to improve his skill as a developer.