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Greg Young launches Event Store

  |   Written by: Chris Watt   |   News

The recent launch of the open-source version of Event Store—a rock-solid, super-fast persistence engine for supporting event sourcing—has been received with considerable interest by the developer community.

Greg Young gave a presentation to the launch event’s 77 attendees, covering the challenges the Event Store team has been able to overcome, the software’s architecture and some of the patterns used. Commercial products including full support, a multi-node version, and rack-mountable appliances were also previewed.

Special offer: all Event Store appliances ordered before 31st October 2012 will come with one year’s free support.


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