In this episode, Sara speaks with colleague and lead developer of Axon Framework, Steven van Beelen about AxonIQ's newest, most anticipated feature of Axon Framework 4.6: the Dead-Letter Queue.
Steven explains what DLQ is and why it's been implemented in our framework. He also speaks about how the users can benefit from it, when to enqueue a message and when not to, where the dead letters are stored, and which infrastructure components are supported in AF DLQ. He also touches on what type of messages the DLQ can be used for and what the logs would look like with out-of-the-box configurations, and whether or not they can be customized.
Steven will present a FREE webinar on DLQ in Axon Framework on December 6th, 16:00 CET. You can find more information on how to register for this webinar here. We hope to see you there.
To find out more about DLQ and code samples, please visit our Reference Guide.
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Code Quality & Knowledge Sharing
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47:28Sara spoke with Cédric Teyton, the CEO of Promyze, about the importance of code quality in software projects. They also discussed how valuable it is to share knowledge amongst team members, and a way to do both is by using the platform he and his team have built, Promyze. Promyze is a collaborative platform that helps teams define and share their best software development practices. Promyze also makes it easy to onboard new team members or even new stacks and patterns into projects. You can find out more about Promyze here. Connect with Cédric on LinkedIn. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn. Learn more about Axon at axoniq.io
Spring and Axon with Josh Long
46:29Sara spoke with Spring developer advocate Josh long. Josh talked about his days pre-Spring and why he decided to join the team at Spring.io. He also talked about the reasons why he has stayed with the team and what excites him about the community. Sara asked Josh how he learned about Axon, what that relationship has been, and why he and Allard Buijze wrote the Spring Autoconfiguration for Axon Framework. They then discussed Domain-Driven Architecture, CQRS, Event-Driven Architecture, and how these patterns can help developers. Josh Long will be our keynote speaker at our September 28th, 2023, conference in Amsterdam. We hope to see you all there. Connect with Josh on Twitter and LinkedIn. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn. Learn more about Axon at axoniq.io
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Modernizing a 40-Year-Old Legacy System - Part2
48:24In this second portion of Sara's talk with Shopey they talked more about how Axon products have helped Shopey and his team in their efforts to move to faster and more reliable systems as well as how they have managed communication within distributed large teams. Connect with Shopey on LinkedIn. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn. Learn more about AxonIQ.
Modernizing a 40-Year-Old Legacy System - Part 1
25:21This is the first part of Sara's conversation with Shopey Mossavar-Rahmani about working as a software engineer and architect at a large Swedish furniture company’s legacy system built in 1985. They discussed the challenges of still working with this system, why it hasn’t been fully replaced, and how the efforts of moving some of the logic to other systems with better designs have been for him and his team. They also talked about ways to get other team members and, at times, the management onboarded to use cutting-edge patterns, tools, and technologies and the learnings that came along the way. Connect with Shopey on LinkedIn. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn. Learn more about AxonIQ.
Multitenancy in Axon
26:34During this conversation, Sara spoke with colleague and Axon-Server engineer Stefan Dragisic about multitenancy, its benefits, and drawbacks. Stefan explained multitenancy, its usefulness, and who can benefit from using our multitenancy extension for Axon Server and Axon Framework. We have code samples to try the Axon Framework's multitenancy feature and learn more about the extension. Stefan also wrote a great blog about multi-tenancy that you can read here. Connect with Stefan on LinkedIn. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn. Learn more about AxonIQ.
Meet AxonIQ’s CTO
0:27Sara asked Allard Buijze, the CTO of AxonIQ, various questions about his role as the CTO and his other responsibilities at AxonIQ. They discussed what problems AxonIQ is trying to solve, what are the newest products, what are Allard's main roles are at the company, and how he manages his time between development, research, and other activities within the company. They also talked about diversity in our company, the open-source community, where Allard predicts it is headed, as well as any advice he might have for entrepreneurs in the field of technology and software development. Connect with Allard on LinkedIn and Twitter. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn and Twitter. For more information about us, visit axoniq.io
”Model My Code”
30:45In this episode, Sara spoke with Arjan Noordhoek, a software architect, and consultant. They talked about Arjan’s new event modeling tool, Model My Code. He explained how to use it and where to get it. He discussed why it is important to, as he puts it, make design center-stage again, as well as the importance of outcome-driven discovery sessions. Arjan’s tool will be available as a public beta next week. You can find out more about Arjan's company here. To download Model My Code (or if you have any questions), please visit here. Connect with Arjan on LinkedIn. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn and Twitter. For more information about us, visit axoniq.io
Introducing ”Inspector Axon”
31:33Sara spoke with a colleague, Mitchell Herrijgers, one of Axon Framework's engineers and one of AxonIQ's Solutions Architects. Mitchell has been leading a project for a tool internally called "Inspector Axon." This tool helps developers monitor various things within their Axon Framework-based application and gauge metrics, find out about various event processors, and much more. The name will most likely change once it is publicly available, but for now, we are referring to it as "Inspector Axon." Mitchell also worked on a different project last year: the IntelliJ plugin for Axon Framework. He also briefly talked about that at the end of the session. If you are interested in becoming one of our private beta testers for Inspector Axon, please watch our social media for an announcement, or you can reach us through our website. Connect with Mitchell on LinkedIn. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn and Twitter. For more information about us, visit axoniq.io
Tiered Storage in Axon Server
40:43Sara spoke with Allard Buijze, the CTO of AxonIQ live, about the various types of nodes currently used in Axon Server and the benefits of each. He then explained the difference between tiered storage and our current data storage method and if they can complement one another. Tiered Storage is a new feature in Axon Server Enterprise Edition that will be available sometime in the first quarter of 2023. If you are interested in trying this and other unique Axon Server EE features, don't hesitate to get in touch with us. You can try Axon Server EE for free! Just ask for a trial license. Connect with Allard on LinkedIn and Twitter. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn and Twitter. For more information about us, visit axoniq.io
Discovery Phase with Event Modeling
51:33Sara's guest today is Laurent Thoulon from the company, Locala. Laurent is a software engineer and architect working with event sourcing for the past five years and has gained some great insights in the process. He shared his experiences designing systems and applications through event modeling, communication with the business side, and more. Here is Laurent's talk at our 2022 AxonIQ Conference in Amsterdam. Connect with Laurent on LinkedIn & Twitter. Connect with Sara on LinkedIn and Twitter. For more information about us, visit axoniq.io