Money Transfer Saga

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Money Transfer Saga Intro Part 1 - The Scenario Part 2 - The Implementation Part 3 - The Audit Log Part 4 - Supervision, error kernels and idempotency Part 5 - Results Download Sourcecode The Saga pattern was first coined by Hector Garcia-Molina and Kenneth Salem in their paper, Sagas. Although originally described in the context of a database management system, the Saga pattern has gained popularity in a distributed systems context as a way to manage failures when dealing with multiple remote participants in a business process. Read more...
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