Event Sourcing for Public Sector and Government

Time: 16:00 PM - 18:00 PM CEST (June 23, 2021) = 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM CDT
Costs: Free

In this free two-hour online Round Table event, a selection of AxonIQ customers from the Public sector will explain how the Axon framework helped them improve and evolve their day-to-day operations. 

This session will inspire you to think carefully about the data you capture and what you do with that data once you have it. You’ll also learn how applications built with Axon allow you to scale more quickly and enable you to process your data faster and at a reduced cost.

In the face of the inevitable Government red tape, constantly delivering more while also driving costs down might sound like a nightmare. 

However, in an environment such as this, thinking outside of the box often creates new opportunities. AxonIQ’s government customers use this opportunity to build innovative solutions that scale efficiently and capture more meaningful data — precisely what your modernization needs. In the session, you’ll hear:

  • A US Government customer discusses how they implemented CQRS/ES microservice systems in parallel using the Axon Framework (while supporting six live systems), backed by MongoDB and deployed to an on-premises Kubernetes cluster.
  • A European Government sector organization discusses how they collect citizen land registry information with complicated data capture policies. You’ll also learn their business justification for applying Event Sourcing at the core of their primary system.

We hope you can join us at this exciting round table event. We’re confident you’ll like how AxonIQ customers implement new processes, create new habits, and change the way they approach software development. 

Register today to reserve your seat.

Cost
Free

And don’t forget, if you register now, you’ll also receive a recording after the event for you to refer to and share with colleagues.

Presenters



Allard Buijze

CTO and founder AxonIQ

Allard Buijze is the founder and chief technology officer at AxonIQ, a microservices communication platform for building event-driven, distributed applications, where he helps customers reach appropriate future-proof technical decisions.

A former software architect within the fields of scalability and performance, he has worked on several projects where performance is often a recurring theme. Allard is convinced that a good domain model is the beginning of contributing to the overall performance of an application and developed the Axon Framework out of this conviction.

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Ben Wilcock

Ben Wilcock

Director Product Marketing AxonIQ

Ben helps companies build stronger developer relationships with the people who use their software. He's technical, often writing code, but also helps to shape products, build websites, write blogs, produce videos, and deliver digital content. You may even hear him speak at conferences such as SpringOne, VMWorld, Devoxx, MS Build, GOTO, etc. He's known for sharing his insights, supporting salespeople, talking to clients, helping with events, and putting the word out on social media.

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Marc van Andel 

Solution Architect Kadaster

Marc is a Software Developer disguised as an IT Architect at Kadaster. Marc has developed several applications at Kadaster mainly on the Java stack. He has a strong feeling for structure and patterns and is always on the lookout for patterns that can make life easier. And easy means simple to him although simple doesn't mean easy most of the time. For the Code Registration of Land Administration Marc introduced the Event Sourcing concepts and guided the teams to develop the new system.

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Andy Whitaker

Software Engineer/Architect State of Indiana

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Location

Online