Workshops
GOTO Chicago 2017

May 4, 2017
09:00

Learn stream processing with Apache Beam

Stream processing is increasingly relevant in today’s world of big data, thanks to the lower latency, higher-value results, and more predictable resource utilization afforded by stream processing engines. At the same time, without a solid understanding of the necessary building blocks, streaming can feel like a complex and subtle beast. It doesn’t have to be that way. Join Tyler Akidau and Jesse Anderson for a tour of stream processing concepts via a walkthrough of the easiest to use yet most sophisticated stream processing model on the planet, Apache Beam (incubating).

You’ll explore a series of examples that help shed light on the important topics of windowing, watermarks, and triggers; observe firsthand the different shapes of materialized output made possible by the flexibility of the Beam streaming model; experience the portability afforded by Beam, as you work through examples using the runner of your choice (Apache Flink, Apache Spark, or Google Cloud Dataflow); and interact with engineers who have years of experience with massive-scale stream processing.


Jesse Anderson
Instructor
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