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How I use RavenDB
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How I use RavenDB

This is an old post and doesn't necessarily reflect my current thinking on a topic, and some links or images may not work. The text is preserved here for posterity.

From my Octoblog: How Octopus uses RavenDB

When I started building Octopus Deploy, I wanted to build something that worked well enough to release a beta and start getting feedback. I had plenty of experience with SQL Server and NHibernate/EF, so I decided to go with a SQL Server + EF Code First stack for my persistence layer.

In the recent 1.0 RC release, I switched Octopus to use RavenDB. In this post I'll explain the reason for the change, and show how it is being used.

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Hello, I'm Paul Stovell

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