Concurrency control is important for some applications. For example if there is only one item left in a webshop, you don’t want to sell it twice. In this talk, Klijs will introduce two ways to handle concurrency control in EDA, and provide a pair of examples: one using Kafka, the other using Axon Server.


Gerard Klijs

Gerard Klijs

Software Engineer


Gerard has over 7 years experience working with event driven systems. Currently he's working at AxonIQ, where part of the time is spend on improving the Axon Framework and the extensions. In his spare time he likes running, or attempts to play bass guitar.