Topic: stream processing

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Faust

The financial services company Robinhood has announced it is open-sourcing the distributed stream processing library Faust. According to the company, it’s scalable and reliable distributed systems led to the creation of Faust. Faust is designed to process large amounts of data in real-time and simplify the design and deployment of complex streaming architectures. Developers Ask … continue reading

Report: Enterprises will go all-in on Apache Flink in 2018

A new survey released by data Artisans revealed more organizations will turn to stream processing technology in 2018. The second annual Apache Flink user survey found 87 percent of respondents are planning to deploy more apps powered by Apache Flink over the next year. Apache Flink is an open source stream processing framework for data … continue reading

ScaleOut Software adds support for distributed caching in ASP.NET Core 2.0 with its v5.6 release

 ScaleOut Software, a leading provider of in-memory computing software, today announced the version 5.6 release of its in-memory data grid and computing platform. This release adds support for distributed caching to Microsoft’s ASP.NET Core 2.0 platform that lets application developers transparently take advantage of the company’s industry-leading, in-memory data grid software technology. Version 5.6 also extends … continue reading

Kafka summit highlights lack of bugs

Jay Kreps, the creator of Kafka, gave the keynote yesterday at the first Kafka Summit in San Francisco, where attendees learned about this Apache real-time stream processing platform and how fast it is growing. Originally built by Kreps at LinkedIn, Kafka has grown to become one of the most popular stream processing platforms out there. … continue reading

Apache Apex reaches top level

The Apache Apex project has been promoted from the Apache Incubator to becoming top-level project as of today. This open-source stream- and batch-processing platform works with YARN and HDFS, runs in memory, and can handle event processing and fault tolerance. Apex started out as the real-time streaming core of DataTorrent. The company contributed its platform … continue reading

Google and Disney announce Star Wars VR experiences, upgrading to IE 11, and iOS text support on Pebble—SD Times news digest: Nov. 24, 2015

Disney and Google are teaming up to bring Star Wars to virtual reality. The companies have announced a collaborative project to bring fans immersive experiences through Google’s Cardboard VR device. Awaken the Force Within is a global program that allows users to bring virtual reality to their favorite Google apps. The apps will reflect whether … continue reading

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