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How can event streams help make your application more scalable, reliable, and maintainable? In this report, O’Reilly author Martin Kleppmann shows you how stream processing can make your data storage and processing systems more flexible and less complex. Structuring data as a stream of events isn’t new, but with the advent of open source projects such as Apache Kafka and Apache Samza, stream processing is finally coming of age.
Using several case studies, Kleppmann explains how these projects can help you reorient your database architecture around streams and materialized views. The benefits of this approach include better data quality, faster queries through precomputed caches, and real-time user interfaces. Learn how to open up your data for richer analysis and make your applications more scalable and robust in the face of failures.
- Understand stream processing fundamentals and their similarities to event sourcing, CQRS, and complex event processing
- Learn how logs can make search indexes and caches easier to maintain
- Explore the integration of databases with event streams, using the new Bottled Water open source tool
- Turn your database architecture inside out by orienting it around streams and materialized views
Martin Kleppmann has worked on large-scale data infrastructure at several internet companies, including LinkedIn, which acquired his previous startup Rapportive. He is now an academic researcher at the University of Cambridge. Martin is an active contributor to open source, as committer at the Apache Software Foundation and creator of Bottled Water (an integration of PostgreSQL and Kafka).
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