Streaming Architecture. New Designs Using Apache Kafka and MapR Streams

Streaming Architecture New Designs Using Apache Kafka and MapR Streams 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 ef

  • Title: Streaming Architecture. New Designs Using Apache Kafka and MapR Streams
  • Author: Ted Dunning Ellen Friedman
  • ISBN: 9781491953785
  • Page: 294
  • Format: ebook
  • Streaming Architecture. New Designs Using Apache Kafka and MapR Streams

    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.At the heart of an effective stream based architecture is the right message passing technology An emerging class of message passing software,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.At 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

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    One thought on “Streaming Architecture. New Designs Using Apache Kafka and MapR Streams

    1. Purushottam

      Nice introduction Good preview into stream based architecture; not much from code perspective ; expected to be in-depth analysis of Kafka and mapr turned out to be just a introduction

    2. Krishnaprasad Shivdasan

      It provides a very high level overview of streaming architecture and some details around Kafka and MapR streams, enough to pique your interest in digging deeper into the concept of streaming architecture and frameworks that enable it.

    3. Tuấn Anh Nguyễn

      Very short. Good at highlighting the benefits of a streaming architecture, and some of Kafka's downsides, but contains a little bit too much of hand-wavy MapR Streams evangelization.

    4. Kimberly Grommes

      This book is a high level overview only and glossed over many details that would make it more useful. It is quite repetitive as well so page count could remain same while providing more detail. The Kafka part is used mostly as introduction for the supposedly better functionality of MapR Streams.

    5. Sebastian Gebski

      No API description, No code samples = No Go.Not that bad as a high-level arch overview, but the knowledge it provides is sufficient to create a diagram or presentation, not a working, real-life system. Trivialized sample scenarios (based mainly on textual descriptions ) don't help much either. Definitely not worth its price. The only actual benefit I've perceived is the high-level comparison - Kafka VS MapR Streams.

    6. Dmitry

      The book can be easily read in one day, it gives just a brief introduction into streaming architecture idea, Kafka and MapR, no code samples, just plain text

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