Software Development

Persistent Subscriptions Status in Event Store UI

Given that you are using Event Store Persistent SubscriptionsWhen your clients publish messages to streamsThen the UI shows a Red flag even if the messages are handled The setting MinimumCheckPointCountOf https://eventstore.org/docs/dotnet-api/competing-consumers/index.html#persistent-subscription-settings can determine the ‘Status # of msgs’ on the Persistent Subscriptions UI View. The default value of this setting is 10. When a checkpoint… Continue reading Persistent Subscriptions Status in Event Store UI

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The number of nodes in an EventStore cluster is fixed… no it’s not! (Clones and other node roles)

Clones can be used to add new nodes to an existing EventStore cluster temporary Imagine that we have a classic 3 nodes cluster up and running for ages. Now someone in the business side of the company is asking to add redundancy over a separate Data Center for security reasons in case of catastrophic disaster.… Continue reading The number of nodes in an EventStore cluster is fixed… no it’s not! (Clones and other node roles)

Event Sourcing · Software Development

Cross DataCenter replication with EventStore

After almost 4 month after I joined the EventStore team I’m going to present my first big egg: GeoReplica. This feature has been in the air for a while and it was referred as Multi Master replication. The GeoReplica is distributed as a fully supported closed source plugin. At the moment that I’m writing we… Continue reading Cross DataCenter replication with EventStore

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Set up an EventStore cluster on Kubernetes

[EDIT] The new official Event Store Helm Chart is now available This is my step by step memo on setting up an EventStore cluster with persistent volumes on Kubernetes hosted in AWS. The open-source, functional database with Complex Event Processing This guide assumes that you already have a Kubernetes Cluster up and running and you have… Continue reading Set up an EventStore cluster on Kubernetes

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Set up Kubernetes on AWS

“Kubernetes is an open-source container-orchestration system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications” The goal of this step by step memo is to get a Kubernetes Cluster formed by a Master and 2 or more nodes up and running on AWS using Kops. A) Install Prerequisites Install Kubernetes-cli using chocolately: choco install kubernetes-cli… Continue reading Set up Kubernetes on AWS

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Data ingestion with Logstash and EventStore

Event Store is a database to store data as events in data streams It allows to implement CQRS and Event Sourcing. It also allows to exchange messages between components using simple Pub/Sub pattern It’s open source and there is a community edition free to use and a commercial license with support as well This article… Continue reading Data ingestion with Logstash and EventStore

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Build an Angular2 app and run it on AWS using a Docker container in 30 minutes

In this article I will try to trans-pile the content of a tech meetup where I conducted a demo about “Building an Angular2 app and run it in a Docker Container on AWS in 30 minutes”. The main points are: Build Angular2 project with Angular-CLI and customize the home page with a simple Customers service… Continue reading Build an Angular2 app and run it on AWS using a Docker container in 30 minutes