A few days ago, Oracle released the new version of Oracle Stream Explorer and renamed it to Oracle Stream Analytics (OSA). This new version is an impressive release with over 15 new major features! It really deserves the name change.
Enhanced Patterns Library
The existing patterns have been enhanced substantially now including Spatial, Statistical, General industry and Anomaly detection through streaming machine learning.
New Geo-spatial pattern
This pattern can be used to analyze streams containing (more...)
This is the 12th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
The most important event last week was probably the first Kafka Summit being held in San Francisco. At the summit, Confluent shared results from a recent survey that clearly shows the rise of Kafka across the enterprise and the growth of stream processing:
- According to the results, Apache Kafka is most commonly used for stream processing (72% of respondents). In addition, (more...)
This is the 11th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
First two interesting tweets I found last week. The first one by Steve Wilkes brings it straight to the point:
The second one by Neha Narkhede reveals some impressive metrics about the usage of Kafka @ LinkedIn. 1. (more...)
This post comes from Fishbowl’s president, Tim Gruidl. One of Tim’s biggest passions is technology innovation, and not only does he encourage others to innovate, he participates and helps drive this where he can. Tim likes to say “we innovate to help customers dominate”. Tim summarizes Fishbowl’s Hackathon event, held last Friday and Saturday at Fishbowl Solutions, in the post below.
What an event! I want to start by thanking Andy Weaver and John Sim (Oracle (more...)
This is the 10th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
Two days later than planned, was traveling and had again trouble with my power supply😦
So what happened in the world of Stream Processing? For me the most interesting news last week was the release of Storm 1.0.
I’m a storm user for more than (more...)
Presenting on pragmatic microservices GOTO Night Thursday, May 12, 2016
On Thursday, May 12, 2016 I will be presenting on pragmatic microservices at the GOTO Night organised at bol.com. The presentation will be the support act for Randy Shoup. Check some of his previous presentations on SlideShare.
We have been around in e-commerce for years. However compared to other companies we’re young. Some would say we are in the scale up phase. (more...)
It’s hackathon weekend at Fishbowl Solutions. Fishbowl’s consulting and development teams – the hackers – along with members of the sales and marketing teams join forces to collaborate on and develop new software applications. While the overall goal of the hackathon may be to produce usable software, the event also is a great learning opportunity for participants and results in a lot of fun.
This is Fishbowl’s 4th annual hackathon and previous events have produced (more...)
This is the 9th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
First I have to mention a blog article I have somehow missed last month. It nicely compares the various streaming frameworks available from the Apache software foundation.
Last week Forrester published it’s updated Forrester Wave for Big Data Streaming Analytics products. Forrester Research defines Big Data Streaming Analytics as
Software that (more...)
This is the 8th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics. It’s two days later, due to some technical difficulties. Forgot power adapter at home on Monday and I’m traveling😉 87 EUR and one day later I’m back in business
As expected, there were quite a lot of topics around stream processing and streaming analytics at the Strata conference last week.
Jay Krebs and Neha Narkhede from Confluent both mentioned it on (more...)