Lightweight implementation, succinct data models, fast command processing, in-memory and on-disk indexing, causality-preserving hybrid logical clocks, locking primitives and OSGi support out of the box.

Instead of mutating data in a database, it stores all changes (events) and causes (commands). This facilitates rapid application development and evolution by mitigating the inability to predict how future needs will drive data shape requirements as all causal information is persisted. It also provides a foundation for deep analytics, data recovery, audit trails and other associated benefits.

Code Quality Rank: L3
Programming language: Java
Tags: Database     Serialization     Events    

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