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CQRS in Java Microservices

Using Event Sourcing to implement CQRS

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Command Query Responsibility Separation (CQRS) is a pattern in service architecture. It is a separation of concerns, that is, separation of services that write from services that read. Why would you want to separate read and write services? One of the advantages of microservices is the ability to scale services independently. We can often say with some…




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