The Fifth Elephant 2016

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Stream in a Flink way

Submitted by Sharath B. Patel (@sharathsteel) on Saturday, 30 April 2016

Section: Full talk Technical level: Intermediate

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Apache Flink is a distributed stream and batch processing engine. It gives you high throughput and low latency. It supports for event time, out of order events, streaming windows, exactly one semantics, fault tolerance and many other cool features. It also has broad integration with many open source projects.


The talk would cover
1. overview of Apache Flink
2. short overview on Docker
3. setting up Flink using Docker
4. Flink features
5. Flink internals
6. An implementation using Flink

Speaker bio

Sharath (@sharathsteel) is currently working in Flipkart as an engineer. He has 4 years work experience. He has worked on Apache kafka, storm and recently working on Apache Flink. He loves speaking at technical conferences. He is a believer in Tadao Ando’s quote - “I believe that the way people live can be directed a little by architecture”.




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