I had a lot of fun in this webinar, showing off some of RavenDB’s capabilities in really complex distributed systems:
I spoke at Cloud Lunch & Learn about the basics of building a database from scratch. We took a storage engine and created a simple database within the span of an hour.
Covered in the talk are the details of how you can build the database, using indexes to speed up queries and the manner in which a database interacts with its storage engine. I think it was a great talk, but let me know your feedback:
A few days ago I talked for close to three hours discussing RavenDB, modeling data in a non relational world and diving very deep into the internals of database engines in the .NET Zurich users group.
You can watch the recording here.
As usual, any and all feedback is welcome.
Last week I did a webinar about Clean Architecture, and it run about twice as long as I expected it to be. Mostly because I got some really interesting questions and I think we had a great discussion.
You can watch all of it here, as usual, comments are very welcome:
The internet is a hostile place. Publicly accessible machines will be attacked within minutes of being connected, and any unencrypted data in transit is likely to be intercepted and modified. Every day there are successful attacks on applications and databases that are insufficiently protected, resulting in data leaks and ransom demands. In this webinar, RavenDB CEO Oren Eini will go over the threat model for RavenDB, the security aspects involved in deploying in production, and the assumptions involved in working with trusted parties and byzantine partners.
Dejan is talking about RavenDB here: