and thinking about what we currently do, I've concluded that I'd like to
serialize my events as json.
The article suggests I should check the list of plugins to see which
specifically support json. But I can't find clear indications that any of
them do from the respective github pages (apologies if I've missed
something). Most seem to want the target database tables to be a BLOB with
no option of a native json type.
My current database target is Postgres (because we use postgis for mapping
and because I need a proper sql database for data warehouse). However, for
the event serialization I could certainly contemplate something else if it
made the current development path quicker and easier. MongoDB or Cassandra
are obvious possible targets.
So my question is: is anyone actually using json as a serialization format,
and if so
a) what database and driver?
b) is the database-native json support being used (if any?)
c) how much effort was it? I can already serialize everthing to json that
needs to go in the persistence journal or snapshots.
it's got to be something with active support/interest.
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