J-Fall 2018: Jay Rajani – Axon Framework : A CQRS Approach to Microservices

As Microservices has become the boom, a lot of frameworks and approaches are claiming to be the best. The CQRS pattern has also been rejuvenated with this trend. If you want to use CQRS, Axon framework can be very helpful to build a scalable application by addressing core concerns in the architecture itself. But remember that not all applications can be benefited by CQRS or by Axon or even by Microservices. So, let’s deep dive into these concepts and understand whether CQRS or Axon is a perfect fit for your application. On top of it, let us see how we can use Axon framework with Spring Boot to build micro services. If you are a backender with little knowledge about Spring Boot, you will enjoy the session and the framework.

Jay Rajani

Jay Rajani is an enthusiastic engineer who likes to enable the business to use the IT technologies at its best. He has a broad experience working in many industries from retail to satellite-based internet service provider. He is an extrovert, realist and spontaneous person. Apart from technology, he is a connoisseur of food. He also loves cooking and experimenting with Indian spices. He thinks that selecting the right spice in your dish is almost similar to selecting the right framework in your project.

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