Java On The Beach
Milan Savic, Software Engineer @AxonIQ will present on this conference:
RAFT protocol is a well-known protocol for consensus in Distributed Systems. Want to learn how consensus is achieved in a system with a large amount of data such as Axon Server’s Event Store? Join this talk to hear about all specifics regarding data replication in highly available Event Store!
Axon Framework is a free and open source Java framework for writing Java applications following DDD, event sourcing, and CQRS principles. While especially useful in a microservices context, Axon Framework provides great value in building structured monoliths that can be broken down into microservices when needed.
Axon Server is a messaging platform specifically built to support distributed Axon applications. One of its key benefits is storing events published by Axon applications. In not so rare cases, the number of these events is over millions, even billions. Availability of Axon Server plays a significant role in the product portfolio. To keep event replication reliable we chose RAFT protocol for consensus implementation of our clustering features.
In short, consensus involves multiple servers agreeing on values. Once they reach a decision on a value, that decision is final. Typical consensus algorithms make progress when any majority of their servers is available; for example, a cluster of 5 servers can continue to operate even if 2 servers fail. If more servers fail, they stop making progress (but will never return an incorrect result).
Join this talk to learn why we chose RAFT; what were our findings during the design, the implementation, and testing phase; and what does it mean to replicate an event store holding billions of events!
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Software engineer, AxonIQ
Milan Savić is Software Engineer at AxonIQ. Milan has experience with various software projects ranging from chemical analyzers to contactless mobile payment systems. In some of those projects, CQRS and Event Sourcing came as a natural solution, but things had to be built from scratch almost every time.
Finding out about Axon Framework got him interested in being a part of the solution. In March 2018 he joined AxonIQ team on a mission to build tools which will help others in building event-driven, reactive systems.
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