Tuesday, September 29 • 10:30 - 11:20
Architecture of Flink's Streaming Runtime - Robert Metzger

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Apache Flink is an open-source framework for parallel data analysis. The core of Flink is a distributed stream processing engine that provides exactly-once semantics, low-latency processing, and system-managed operator state. Flink's high-level programming APIs and support for batch processing, make Flink a good choice for real-time data analysis. Apache Flink is one of the most active big data project in the Apache Software Foundation and has more than 100 contributors.

This talk presents Flink's architecture and design decisions that result in Flink's unique set of features. It discusses the pipelined execution engine for low latency processing, the operator state management and fault tolerance mechanisms. It will cover master high availability and system monitoring and also show a performance evaluation of the system.


Robert Metzger

Co-Founder and Software Engineer, data Artisans
Robert Metzger is a PMC member at Apache Flink and co-founder and software engineer at data Artisans. Robert studied Computer Science at TU Berlin and worked at IBM Germany and at the IBM Almaden Research Center in San Jose.

Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:30 - 11:20 CEST

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