Tuesday, November 24, 2015

CQRS with Clojure, Kafka, and Datomic

Datomic's clean separation of reads and writes has inspired many comparisons with the CQRS (Command and Query Responsibility Segregation) architectural pattern.

One person who has traveled far down this road is Bobby Calderwood, a member of the Technology Fellows team at Capital One. Check out his recent Clojure/conj talk, where he demonstrates a complete CQRS implementation using Clojure microservices, Kafka, and Datomic.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Yeller chooses Datomic

Yeller is an exception tracking service whose goal is to provide clear, actionable information to developers to take the pain out of examining application errors. They chose Clojure and Datomic as the platform for Yeller in order to make the development process more effective and more efficient.

You can read all about their reasons for choosing Clojure and Datomic on their blog. You can also watch Tom explain it all at EuroClojure 2015.