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Our open-source state-transition database used in production systems around the world.
Event Store Cloud
Deploy fully managed, secure, high-availability EventStoreDB clusters in AWS, Azure, and GCP.
Our commercial support plans give you peace of mind with help from development to production.
Get tailored architectural advice from the experts, whether you are just starting out or want a review of your implementation.
Courses ideal for developers and architects looking to start building systems using EventStoreDB.
Event Store's blog contains news, articles, tutorials, and release notes. You can sign up to our free newsletter to receive regular emails with the latest posts.
Upcoming live and on-demand webinars run by the team at Event Store. Covering all subjects related to EventStoreDB, Event Sourcing, and CQRS.
Official documentation for EventStoreDB incorporating technical docs for both the server and client SDKs, getting started guides, and configuration parameters.
Our getting started guide gives a quick tour into the basic operations of EventStoreDB covering creating a connection, writing an event and reading an event.
The official discussion forum for the Event Store community. It's free to sign up and being an active forum it is the best place to ask questions about the open-source database.
We run regular training courses, both in-person and remotely, on EventStoreDB, Event Sourcing, and related topics. We can also deliver bespoke training, just tell us your requirements.
Beginner's guide to Event Sourcing
New to Event Sourcing and need an overview of the key concepts? Our Beginner's Guide to Event Sourcing is a great place to start and includes diagrams and code snippets to help explain things.
Beginner's guide to CQRS
This guide is ideal for beginners looking to learn about CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation). The guide covers the benefits of CQRS and its core principles, as well as some misconceptions around the pattern.
Beginner's guide to event-driven architecture
Event-driven architecture is a software architecture paradigm that considers the individual messages of a network of services to be events, rather than requests. Read more in our beginner's guide.
Detailed case studies from Event Store customers across a range of industries bring to life the benefits of Event Sourcing and the business benefits of using EventStoreDB.
EventStoreDB has a huge range of use cases and is already being used by organizations across multiple different industries. Take a look at some of the reasons why our customers choose EventStoreDB to build their systems using Event Sourcing.
Companies in the finance industry are heavily regulated - financial organizations can benefit from event sourcing to build robust solutions that provide immutable audit logs to ensure compliance.
Healthcare organizations who choose to base their systems architecture around Event Sourcing benefit from a great ability to scale and transform allowing them to adapt to changing regulations.
Government organizations have to deal with huge amounts of data and the processes of multiple departments. EventStoreDB supports a single source of truth in their systems' data model with great scalability amongst other benefits.
EventStoreDB allows our retail customers to store critical data in streams of immutable events, and react in near real-time through projections, allowing them to build ePOS and ecommerce systems with great performance and high availability.
By using EventStoreDB to build their systems with Event Sourcing, our tech customers have benefited from a high-performance data model that scales and an improved capability to spin up new microservices connected to their central data model.
Shipping and logistics companies need to track shipments accurately and in near real-time. EventStoreDB stores data in immutable streams and provides a full audit log and an improved capability for real-time processing.
Event Store Cloud
Event Store Cloud is a multi-cloud software as a service (SaaS) delivery platform allowing customers to subscribe to and manage Event Store service offerings via an API and an easy-to-use web console.
Want to create an Event Store Cloud account? Sign up here (or login using your Event Store Discuss login). If you would like full access to provision clusters, please contact our team using the form in the console.
Already have an Event Store Cloud account? Login to the console here.
You can choose a cluster size and topology on Event Store Cloud that suits your database hosting requirements. Use the calculator to get an indicative price.
Want to have direct help on-hand from the team at Event Store? All Cloud customers can choose to add commercial support covering core EventStoreDB usage and version upgrade support. Choose from a range of SLAs to suit your project requirements.
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