Introducing Command Query Responsibility Separation (CQRS)
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Published: 11 Jan 2011
Abstract
The Command Query Responsibility Separation (CQRS) pattern is an enterprise pattern that can be used to increase the performance, scalability, and reliability of distributed applications that may experience heavy load. This article briefly describes the pattern, along with some of the tradeoffs involved in adopting it, and demonstrates how to get started with it using NServiceBus.
by Steven Smith
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Introduction

The Command Query Responsibility Separation (CQRS) pattern is an enterprise pattern that can be used to increase the performance, scalability, and reliability of distributed applications that may experience heavy load.  It is especially effective in situations where an immediate response is not required, or often even expected, by the user, or to offload processing that need not occur while the user is interacting directly with the system.


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