Vaughn Vernon on Developing a Domain Driven Design first Actor-Based Microservices Framework
Published September 14, 2018
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    Vaughn Vernon is thought-leader in the space of reactive software and Domain Driven Design (DDD). Vaughn has recently released a new open source project called vlingo. The platform is designed to support DDD at the framework and toolkit level. On today’s podcast, Vaughn discusses what the framework is all about, why he felt it was needed, and some of the design decisions made in developing the platform, including things like the architecture, actor model decisions, clustering algorithm, and how DDD is realized with the framework. Why listen to this podcast: - Vlingo is an open source system for building distributed, concurrent, event-driven, reactive microservices that supports (at the framework level) Domain Driven Design. - The platform is in the early stages. It runs on the JVM. There is a port to C#. All code is pushed up stream. - The platform uses the actor model and all messages are sent in a type-safe way. - Vlingo supports clustering and uses a bully algorithm to achieve consensus. More on this: Quick scan our curated show notes on InfoQ You can also subscribe to the InfoQ newsletter to receive weekly updates on the hottest topics from professional software development. Subscribe: Like InfoQ on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on LinkedIn: Check the landing page on InfoQ:
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