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Lagom - Microservices Framework
The Lagom framework includes Java and Scala APIs to simplify development of microservices. Lagom's integrated development environment accelerates development — by allowing you to focus on solving business problems instead of wiring services together. A single command builds the project and starts all of your services as well as the supporting Lagom infrastructure, which includes a web server for testing. The environment hot-reloads services when you change your code.

Lagom is built on top of Akka and Play, proven technologies that are in production today, delivering scalability and resilience to some of the most demanding applications on the web. While Lagom is open source, you can adopt it with confidence knowing that Lightbend offers subscriptions for support, assistance during development, and access to additional tools for deployment and monitoring.

Even supports EVENT SOURCING
microservices  distributed_computing  event_sourcing  cqrs 
6 days ago by kbonnet
Event-Driven Architecture
> Using events to design applications is a practice that seems to be around since the late 1980s. We can use events anywhere in the frontend or backend. When a button is pressed, when some data changes or some backend action is performed. But what is it exactly? When should we use it and how?
architecture  eventsourcing  cqrs  domaindrivendesign  via:jfmcdowell 
9 days ago by nwjsmith
Ladder of cqrs+es
copyright Fringe81 Co.,Ltd. Ladder of CQRS+ES @mtoyoshi 2017.9.9
scala  akka  cqrs 
9 days ago by adorechic
Event-Driven Architecture – @herbertograca
Using events to design applications is a practice that seems to be around since the late 1980s. We can use events anywhere in the frontend or backend. When a button is pressed, when some data changes or some backend action is performed. But what is it exactly? When should we use it and how? What…
event-driven  event-sourcing  architecture  cqrs 
11 days ago by pinterb

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