[Book Discussion] - Streaming Architecture

Discussion created by maprcommunity Employee on Nov 10, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 8, 2017 by Ted Dunning



Life happens as a continuous flow of events (a stream). Ted Dunning and Ellen Friedman describe new designs for streaming data architecture that help you get real-time insights and greatly improve the efficiency of your organization.

t the heart of an effective stream-based architecture is the right message-passing technology. An emerging class of message-passing software, including Apache Kafka and MapR Streams, supports these design patterns.


In this book you’ll learn:

- How to recognize opportunities where streaming data may be useful
- How to design streaming architecture for best results in a multi-user system
- Why particular capabilities should be present in the message passing layer to take advantage of this type of design
- Why stream-based architectures are helpful to support micro-services
- The best tools for messaging and streaming analytics in a strong, stream-based design.



Add a comment below. What did you think about this book?, What was your favorite part?, What would you like to read next about?

Ellen friedman and Ted Dunning are eager to know your thoughts.


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