Events where you can learn more about Streamlio, real-time, and streaming data.
Streamlio’s Karthik Ramasamy will be presenting ‘Unifying Messaging, Queuing, Streaming & Light Weight Compute in Apache Pulsar’.
Jayaram Nagarajan of Capital One will look at modern streaming platforms with a focus on Apache Pulsar and how it stands out from the competition.
Hear Streamlio’s Matteo Merli present an overview of the Apache Pulsar streaming and messaging system at this meetup in Palo Alto.
See Streamlio’s David Kjerrumgaard present on “Real-Time IoT Analytics with Apache Pulsar” at the New York City Open Data meetup.
Join Streamlio at the Presto Summit Happy Hour on June 20 in San Francisco to learn about how you can use Presto to query data flowing through Streamlio’s fast data platform powered by Apache Pulsar.
Join Streamlio at Strata Data Conference 2019 in San Francisco. Stop by booth 935 to learn more about next-generation messaging, stream processing and event storage. Also, check out the tutorial on end-to-end streaming data processing as well as sessions on Apache Pulsar Functions and how Zhaopin adopted Apache Pulsar.
Join Streamlio at Data Day Texas in Austin to learn about the latest tools, techniques, and projects in the data space from speakers and attendees from around the world.
Join us at the Scale by the Bay developer conference to hear from industry leaders and peers on themes including functional and thoughtful programming, reactive microservices and streaming architectures, end-to-end data pipelines, machine learning and AI. Also catch Streamlio’s Karthik Ramasamy speaking on “Creating a Data Fabric for IoT”.
Join the next meeting of the Seattle Scalability Meetup to hear Streamlio’s Karthik Ramasamy discuss the need to unify stream processing, messaging and stream storage capabilities in a single system and how Apache Pulsar was designed to address that.
Join the Streamlio team at Strata Data Conference in New York September 11 - 13. Streamlio will be on the exbhibition floor in booth 1154 and will be presenting on streaming messaging and data processing.
Big Data Day LA is the largest Big Data conference of its kind in Southern Calfornia. Join Streamlio at this gathering of data and technology enthusiasts in Los Angeles.
Come listen to the developers and users dive into the architecture, and share experience from production use cases of Apache Pulsar, including a look at some of the great new features in Pulsar 2.0.
Visit the Streamlio booth at the DataWorks Summit happening June 17-21 in San Jose, CA to learn how to put your fast-moving data to work.
Hear Karthik Ramasamy present on Apache Heron, a real-time, distributed, fault-tolerant stream processing engine from Apache originally created at Twitter.
Come to the next Bay Area Apache Heron Meetup on April 23 at 6pm at Twitter headquarters in San Francisco.
Join Streamlio at the Data Platforms 2018 conference together with other practitioners and industry gurus who will share best practices and success stories to help attendees plan and built modern data platforms.
At the Stream Processing Meetup hosted by LinkedIn in Sunnyvale, Karthik Ramasamy presents on Apache Pulsar, Next Generation Messaging System.
Join Streamlio at Strata Data Conference 2018 in San Jose at booth 1434 in the exhibit hall. You can also catch the Streamlio team speaking about effectively once and exactly once in Heron and stream storage with Apache BookKeeper as well as leading the tutorial on real-time streaming architectures.
Data pipelines are hard to build and maintain. This is due to complexity of big data open source ecosystem that has numerous software each specializing in solving one piece of the puzzle. In this meeting, we will focus on three key open source software Apache Pulsar, Apache Heron and Apache BookKeeper and how are integrated to make it easy to build data pipelines.
Join us to hear Streamlio’s Dave Rusek provide an overview of Apache BookKeeper, DistributedLog, and Pulsar and best practices for using them effectively in streaming and messaging projects.
Join Dr. Karthik Ramasamy of Streamlio as he draws on his experience building data products at companies including Pivotal, Twitter, and Streamlio to discuss technology and best practices to design and implement data-driven microservices.
Join us at the Los Angeles Big Data User Group for a use-case driven session where we explain how to implement a multi-currency quoting application that feeds pricing information to a crypto-currency trading platform that is deployed around the globe using Apache Pulsar.
Join us to hear Joe Francis of Yahoo talk about how Yahoo has deployed Apache Pulsar to power streaming messaging across their datacenters around the globe. Joe will be followed by Matteo Merli of Streamlio, who will provide an overview of Pulsar’s architecture and unique capabilities. Thanks to Microsoft for hosting at Microsoft’s Silicon Valley offices in Sunnyvale.
Hear data veteran Sanjeev Kulkarni as he dives into the requirements you need to consider when evaluating technology options. He’ll also discuss how Apache Pulsar, the open source messaging solution, addresses these requirements.
Hands-on workshop hosted by DataRiders. Get an introduction to the Apache Pulsar messaging solution followed by a chance to set up and run Pulsar on your own system.
Learn about Apache Pulsar, the open source messaging system developed by Yahoo! to support their enterprise requirements of multi-tenancy and geo-replication for mission-critical services like Yahoo Mail, Finance, Sports, and Gemini ad network.
Learn how Apache Pulsar was developed a messaging system from the ground-up to support enterprise requirements of multi-tenancy and geo-replication at Yahoo! for mission-critical services like Yahoo Mail, Finance, Sports, and the Gemini ad network.
As organizations move to microservices it is important to have systems in place to stitch together these services into an application. In this talk, Karthik Ramasamy of Streamlio presents an introduction to microservices and how Heron was developed and used at Twitter to solve the real-time challenges of microservices architectures.