NYC Apache Flink Meetup 4/21/16 - Apache Flink 1.0 - featuring Co-Founder Stephan Ewen

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Date: 04/21/2016
Location:  (Workville) 1412 Broadway Floor #21 New York, NY
Time: 6:00 PM EST
Registration Link:   http://www.meetup.com/NYCFlink/events/229435757/

                        

ABOUT THE EVENT

Please join us for an exciting evening to learn more about  Apache Flink from Stephan Ewen who is committer in the Apache Flink project and co-founder and CTO of  Data Artisans.

 

 

 

Sponsors:

Workville is hosting the event.

MapR is offering equipment, pizza and beverage.

 

Schedule:

 

6:00 pm - 6:25 pm : Networking, pizza and drinks

 

6:25 pm - 6:30 pm: Welcome by Rassul Fazelat

 

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm: Talk by Stephan Ewen

 

Talk description:  The talk will consist of two parts:

 

 

1. The first part discusses some fundamental patterns and problems behind continuous streaming applications in general, and how we built Apache Flink 1.0 to handle these problems. The talk will dig into questions around latency critical applications, fault tolerance and processing guarantees (exactly once, how to achieve then end-to-end), into processing data streams by "event time", or "processing time", handling out-of-order event streams, and about migrating, repairing, or versioning live streaming programs.

 

 

2. The second part of the talk is a technical deep dive into Apache Flink, discussing how the functionality discussed from a user and application point of view is actually implemented. The talk will cover the integration with Apache Kafka, the mechanisms behind fault-tolerance and high-availability, event time and windowing, savepoints and program reinstatements, as well as techniques for managing large online state.

 

 

Bio: Stephan Ewen is a committer in the Apache Flink project and co-founder and CTO of data Artisans. Before founding data Artisans, Stephan was leading the development of Flink since the early days of the project. Stephan holds a PhD in Computer Science from TU Berlin.

 

 

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