Smart Partitioning with Apache Apex

DataTorrent

Processing big data often requires running the same computations parallelly in multiple processes or threads, called partitions, with each partition handling a subset of the data. This becomes all the more necessary when processing live data streams where maintaining SLA is paramount.
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Presenter: Dr. Munagala V. Ramanath ("Ram"), Committer for Apache Apex, Software Engineer at DataTorrent.Abstract: Introduction to Apache Apex - The next generation native Hadoop platform. This talk will cover details about how Apache Apex can be used as a powerful and versatile platform f


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