Storing API Test Results to a Database with Runscope and Eventn
May 6th 2017

Storing API Test Results to a Database with Runscope and Eventn

A common requirement for Runscope users is to save and analyze test results for alerting, building custom dashboards, and other analytical purposes. One way to do that is to pipe all your test results to an Amazon S3 bucket. But what if you want more flexibility in how you store the test results? Or if you want to filter and process the test result data before storing it?

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April 2nd 2017

Introducing Store Adapters for external database connectivity

Since the inception of the Eventn platform, we have always believed that easily being able to persist and query data was an essential feature of data-driven microservice platform. To support that requirement, Eventn launched with an embedded database table that is automatically generated and securely connected to each microservice.

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Node.js v7.6.0 with async/await
March 26th 2017

Node.js v7.6.0 with async/await

The Eventn platform now supports Node.js v7.6.0. This is a significant release in that it contained an update to V8 to v5.5 (Node's underlying JS engine from Google). The v8 releases adds support for async functions utilizing theasyncandawaitkeywords.

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March 4th 2017

[Service Recipe] Web Analytics Microservice

There are many web analytics solutions available such as Google Analytics, Mixpanel, Kissmetrics etc, each offering rich feature sets. You may however simply be looking for a much simpler lightweight solution, or have specific custom requirements that cannot be met by an off-the-shelf package. Eventn makes it incredibly simple to develop massively scalable microservices for analytics, offering complete flexibility over features and functions. In fact, to create a basic web analytics service requires no server-side code at all!

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February 14th 2017

MySQL Store Adapter - Alpha Preview Release

Eventn was launched with support for an inbuilt data store providing a fast and convenient way to deploy a database-backed microservice within seconds. Upon service creation, a new store (or database table) is automatically created along with an associated user with the appropriate security permissions.

This model is ideal for rapid service deployment but of course, many organizations require a convenient way to connect a microservice to their existing databases. Today we are pleased to announce the alpha release of an external MySQL Store Adapter.

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