It allows different engines - e.g. Postgres, MySQL
and provides scallability around that
Cool, however I feel like starting with a microservice project is like hitting the ground running, and also traveling 30 miles and hour while doing so. My question is, is your GoldenEye bootstrap monolithic? Because I might actually use that so I don't shoot my foot aiming for the ground
Yes, it's more monolithic
or more per module
it focuses on the module experience
Angular can happily live on top of this in the same process, correct?
However, it all depends on the consequences of missing event and how stable is your deplyoment environment
It's also good to have business compensation operation for such cases
So I thought long and hard, I want to use internal message handling to cut on development time. But as a backup in case of server crashes, well I want to be able to backup the database. Does your template have any support for that? Is this something that should be handled outside the application?
@ErenForce underneath it's just Postgres so you can use Postgres backup