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SPECIAL EVENT: A Deep Dive on Amazon Kinesis for Real-time Stream Processing

  • May 14, 2014 · 7:00 PM
  • OpenSpan

Many data analytic workflows can benefit from a reduction in time to results. With powerful compute resources and virtually infinite storage solutions offered affordably via the cloud it is now possible to build systems capable of pulling in & processing real-time data streams. However, many of these workflows still require custom development and custom builds. Amazon has released Kinesis, a Managed Service to ingest, process and store endless real-time data streams and do so even at massive scale. The movement from batch processing to real-time streams has already begun for many applications. Ad-tech, Gaming, Mobile App, Web App and Internet of Things (connected device) customers as well as plain old IT infrastructure are already generating endless data streams and leveraging Kinesis to generate new intelligence and competitive advantage by processing those streams in near real-time. Adi Krishnan, AWS Senior Product Manager for Kinesis, will be in town from Seattle to host this Meetup to provide an overview of Kinesis, the problems it can help you to solve, the architecture of Kinesis and how it can be applied to common use cases. Integration with our Hadoop/EMR platform will be discussed as well as our latest support for Impala. Please join us for an open and lively discussion on next generation stream processing. 

Session docket:

6:30 pm -> doors open food served 
7:00 pm -> Presentation & demo with Q & A session
7:45 pm ->Trouble shooting help & social time
8:15 pm -> Wrap up & head home 

Speaker Info:

Aditya Krishnan, AWS Sr. Product Manager – Kinesis
Adi is the Sr. Product Manager for Amazon Kinesis, a fully managed service for real-time processing of streaming data at massive scale. In this role Adi engages with AWS’ customers to make sure that they fully understand the capabilities of Kinesis and are able to rapidly ramp up their learning curve for the product. He is also fully engaged with the Kinesis engineering team to bring back customer requirements and feedback to inform the Kinesis roadmap and keep future releases in line with our customers’ true needs. Prior to AWS Adi held several Senior Product Manager roles at Microsoft where he worked with the Azure, Windows Server, Bing Core Search and HPC teams.

Location Information:  

OpenSpan has offered to host our meetup and provide the catering. Thank you OpenSpan. A map to the location can be found at

We will meet on the 2nd floor at the OpenSpan offices. Group members will be able to connect to the guest wifi network. Connection details will be provided at the event. Parking Information:

Free parking is available on the parking deck in front of the building.

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  • Adam

    We've finally got the video of the meetup available. If you missed this event (or even went) then it's worth watching for the information. Thank you AWS for helping make this event possible.

    June 16, 2014

  • Aditya K.

    Hello folks, thanks for being a great audience. If you want to have a look at the sample app, its available here:

    The copy of slide deck can be found here:

    Feel free to reach out if you have any questions, that I can help with.

    1 · June 3, 2014

  • Chris E.

    Decent. Just a tad more "why Kinesis was developed," at the beginning than I was looking for, but overall decent. Would also have liked to see more on streaming Kinesis to an S3 for use by EMR. Thanks for the great venue OpenSpan.

    May 15, 2014

  • Srinivas S.

    One of the best meet ups I have been to. Very informative and engaging presentation.

    1 · May 14, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great way to collect massive amounts of sensor data with Kinesis.

    May 14, 2014

  • Muneeb Ur R.

    Hello! Thanks, Its great pleasure to join AWS Atlanta.

    1 · May 3, 2014

  • Adam

    I'm excited to learn more about Kinesis.
    Thank you AWS for making this possible!

    April 18, 2014

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