Introduction to event-driven architecture
Goodbye request-response, roll out the red carpet for producers and consumers! Read our article on what event-driven architecture is and why it's a great alternative for building microservice applications.
An introduction to PostgreSQL
An introduction to Apache Flink
An introduction to time series databases
In this post, we take a deep dive into time series databases. We'll look at what they are, why they're needed, and what makes them uniquely suited for their workload.
An introduction to M3
M3 holds exceptional promise to evolve time series use cases for many reasons. We lay those reasons and more out in this deep dive into the open-source time series database.
An introduction to Redis
Redis is an in-memory, single-threaded, open-source, NoSQL datastore. We take a look at all of its ins and outs in and how to get it as a managed service with Aiven.
An introduction to Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch is a full-featured, open source, scalable, extremely low-latency document store and search engine library that supports real-time analytics. In this post, we'll take a high-level look at it's capabilities.
An introduction to Apache Cassandra
Apache Cassandra is a popular wide column data store that can quickly ingest and process massive amounts of data. We'll cover the high and the low in this introduction.
An introduction to Apache Kafka
Apache Kafka is a great way to implement an event-driven architecture for your microservices. In this blog post we discuss earlier messaging attempts and demystify Apache Kafka by introducing its concepts and use cases.