We are excited to announce that our conference will take place this year! Because of the whole COVID-19 situation we had to be creative and fortunately we have found a solution! This year's conference will take place virtually.

  • 2 days of conference instead of 1. This way everyone from all over the world can easily participate in the conference.
  • 14+ sessions from high-rated speakers from all around the globe that spread general knowledge about event-driven systems.
  • Interactive sessions to ask questions to speakers and other attendees
  • All session recordings delivered to you post-session.
  • A broad group of developers, architects and CTOs from international innovative companies.

And of course, you will have ample time to meet and discuss with the AxonIQ team.

Check our conference of 2019.

Speakers

09:00 - 22:00

Event Modeling

Adam Dymitruk, AdapTech Group

Event Modeling was coined by Adam Dymitruk by building on long-running process specifications that Greg Young used in CQRS/ES systems. Alberto Brandolini’s Event Storming sticky notes and collaboration was integrated to adopt the workshop format.

The final piece was the UI/UX aspects to complete what more resembles a movie story board. In the recent years many organizations were able to get on the same page with all departments and get their projects done with much greater efficiency.

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Allard Buijze - AxonIQ

State and future of Axon & AxonIQ

Allard Buijze, AxonIQ

This presentation by Allard Buijze comes with announcements and an insider's view on the Axon roadmap. Allard will explain new features and give practical examples of how to implement these features in the most optimal way. 

You don't want to miss this one!

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Bringing IKOSAⓇ Automated Image Analysis to the Cloud with Axon-powered Microservices

Jakob Hatzl, KML Vision

At KML Vision we are building IKOSA, the next generation image data management and automated image analysis platform. Since we had the opportunity to design our platform from scratch, we decided to go for CQRS+ES enabled microservices using Axon Framework from the start. This talk describes our journey to develop a stable platform with microservices, CQRS+ES & Axon Framework and the major obstacles and learnings that came along underway.

Starting from the effective fit of CQRS+ES with our domain, we will outline our architectural approach, learnings after the first release(s) and strategies to tackle challenges like consistency, cascading operations and replay-migrations.

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Project Klokwrk: how it helps defining software architecture and solves integration and component testing

Damir Murat, CROZ

Project Klokwrk aims to become a showcase and blueprint of a complex system based on clean architecture principles.

We have noticed that the internet is flooded with fragmented and oversimplified Hello World examples that become useless for starting complex implementations. Drawing from our experience of modernizing a 50-year-old legacy system, we wanted to consolidate the lessons we have learned and turn them into an open-source project. Following CQRS and event sourcing principles, Project Klokwrk leverages Axon Framework to demonstrate an opinionated way to structure an application in a clean architecture manner.

In this workshop, we will dive deep into technical details of two interesting Klokwrk features: how it helps in defining software architecture, and how it solves integration and component testing (with event replay).

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Turning lessons learned of using Axon Framework in a legacy environment to OSS Project Klokwrk

Ivan Krnic, CROZ

If you had a 50-year-old legacy system based on mainframe technology, how would you go about modernizing it?

Recently we had an opportunity to participate in such a project. Modernization of a system this large and complex can only be done in phases, using the Strangler pattern and implementing new ways of interacting with the end users. For providing brand new user experience, we have built a set of user-facing applications that are independent but still communicate and exchange data and events. And this is where Axon Framework really shined.

During the project, we have faced some challenges but looking in hindsight we have also found an acceptable solution for each one of them. And now we're turning lessons learned from using Axon Framework in a complex legacy environment to an open-source Project Klokwrk, hoping others will benefit from our experiences.

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Modernizing Government Systems and Development Teams

Andy Whitaker, State of Indiana

Historically, governments have trouble adopting new ideas and technology. In an environment that traditionally favors monolithic RDMS modernization projects we leveraged the Axon Framework to implement Indiana’s first CQRS/ES microservice systems, backed by MongoDB and deployed to an on-premises Kubernetes cluster.

We will discuss how in 15 months, while supporting six other live systems, our team implemented two new systems in parallel using the Axon Framework:

1. **Benefits Portal** a public facing system supporting Indiana citizens applying for federally supported programs (e.g. SNAP and Medicaid).

2. **ACHIEVE** a public facing workforce system supporting a health insurance program for Indiana citizens.

In our presentation we will provide insight into how we did this by transforming our team to embrace DevOps, DDD, CQRS/ES, CI/CD, Containerization, and Automated Testing. In the face of government bureaucracy and limited resources we built trust by delivering constantly and driving costs down. This was only possible by implementing new processes, creating new habits, and changing our way of developing software. Come learn how these types of changes, supported by AxonIQ's software, will help your team deliver for your business.

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Modernizing Government Systems and Development Teams

Joe Corey, State of Indiana

Historically, governments have trouble adopting new ideas and technology. In an environment that traditionally favors monolithic RDMS modernization projects we leveraged the Axon Framework to implement Indiana’s first CQRS/ES microservice systems, backed by MongoDB and deployed to an on-premises Kubernetes cluster.

We will discuss how in 15 months, while supporting six other live systems, our team implemented two new systems in parallel using the Axon Framework:

1. **Benefits Portal** a public facing system supporting Indiana citizens applying for federally supported programs (e.g. SNAP and Medicaid).

2. **ACHIEVE** a public facing workforce system supporting a health insurance program for Indiana citizens.

In our presentation we will provide insight into how we did this by transforming our team to embrace DevOps, DDD, CQRS/ES, CI/CD, Containerization, and Automated Testing. In the face of government bureaucracy and limited resources we built trust by delivering constantly and driving costs down. This was only possible by implementing new processes, creating new habits, and changing our way of developing software. Come learn how these types of changes, supported by AxonIQ's software, will help your team deliver for your business.

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Implementing Event Driven Architectures with Axon and Kafka

Vijay Nair, Practical DDD

Platform Architect

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Distilling the decade: Lessons learned in effectively applying Axon

Joris Kuipers, Trifork

It's 2020, which means that CQRS and event sourcing have been around for a full decade by now. 

With 20/20 hindsight and a bunch of projects successfully delivered with Axon, it seems like a good time to make up the balance and share with the world what we've learned in all those years. What worked well, and what did we come to regret? What choices turned out to be decisive and which ones appeared to be not that important after all?

In this talk Joris will distill Trifork's years-long experience with building enterprise applications using Axon into 30 minutes of easy-to-digest war stories and lessons learned. So what are you waiting for: join, listen, learn and profit!

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Modern multi-tenancy reactive CQRS/ES system with Kotlin and MongoDB, Oh... and Axon!

Rolf Suurd, FourScouts

How we helped Fringe Company to MTRXCQRSESKMDBA in just a few months. 

In this talk Rolf will speak about his insights and decisions, how he helped move the system to be more future proof and resilient. What challenges he faced to get the Axon framework to be reactive and multi-tenant, what we could and couldn’t solve. And how this transition is experienced by the people in the team.

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Pitfalls and practical solutions

Jan-Hendrik Kuperus, Dutch Police

Watch his video introducing himself and his session. In his session he will talk about:

  • Lessons learned
  • Insights in their microservices design
  • Dealing with difficult situations during production.

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A road story about using AxonServer in an enterprise context with multiple teams

Christian Bonami, VDAB

This session is about using Axon and AxonServer in an enterprise context with multiple teams that work in parallel on quite a high number of applications that are depending on eachother. 

It's about the challenges we had to solve, or that we still are solving. And how we are doing this. 

Most of these hurdles will be there as well for other companies when they attempt to set up an event-driven, eventsourced microservice architecture with Axon(Server), and also - and definitely even more - when trying to do this without the help of Axon(Server). 

Our 2 year journey is not finished yet, we're still learning, so we don't pretend to have all of the answers. But we can already share some tips & tricks that worked for us.  

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Microservices in the telecommunications BSS space: our journey

Pieter Pabst, Tech Mahindra

This session will be about: how we started with ES / CQRS, why, and what we encountered with some examples from practice. Also, considerations we made and how we got back to them.

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Live coding session: Axon 4.4 in Practice

Steven van Beelen, AxonIQ

In this talk Steven will live code a application employing CQRS, DDD and Event Sourcing through Axon Framework and Server.
The framework's basics will be shown, as he needs to start somewhere of course!
But he won't leave it at just that.
It will be spiced up with some of Axon's more recent features which have been introduced in the last couple of months.
Interested in what these new features are? Tune in and follow this full live coding session!

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SPONSOR: CROZ

CROZ is technology-driven company focused on cloud-native development, agile and DevOps consulting, hybrid integrations and data engineering. We help organizations work smarter-not harder, by providing consulting, implementation and educational services.

Read more at: http://www.croz.net/

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