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Welcome BigFoots!

This meetup has been formed to discuss customer use cases and design patterns related to Apache Apex, a next generation native Apache Hadoop big data platform. We built a big data Apex community with the intent to meet face to face in Washington DC and have a strong influence on the big data ecosystem. There will still be webcasts announced here but moving forward, we will be producing much more content via our online meetup group, BDIT Apex Washington DC Online. Please also join the online group so that you don’t miss any upcoming events or content!

Apex unifies stream and batch processing. Use cases include ingestion, fast real-time analytics, data movement, disastor recovery in Hadoop, ETL, fast batch, alerts and real-time actions. Apex is a Hadoop-native YARN implementation. It simplifies development and productization of Hadoop applications by reducing time to market. Key features include Enterprise Grade Operability with Fault Tolerance, State Management, Event Processing Guarantees, No Data Loss, High Performance, Linear Scalability. Apex enables users to run any user defined code natively in Hadoop. Apex comes will deep versioned webservice and metrics for system and application monitoring. Additionally Apex includes Malhar library of reusable operators (functions). Examples of connectors include the following

• Messaging Systems: ActiveMQ, Flume, JMS, Kafka, Kinesis Streams, MapR Streams, Nifi, RabbitMQ, Solace, ZeroMQ, etc.

• File Systems: HDFS, NFS, S3, etc.

• Databases/Stores: Accumulo, AeroSpike, Cassandra, CouchDb, MongoDB, HBase, Couchbase, Geode, HBase, Hive Tables, Impala, JDBC, HP Vertica, MemCache, MemSql, MySql, Oracle, Redis,  etc.

• Protocols: AMPQ, HTTP, FTP/SFTP, MQTT, SMTP, Rest/Soap, Twitter, Websockets, etc.

• Other Systems: Elastic Search, Solr, Twitter, etc.

To reduce time to market, look at operable app-templates that you can quickly import and launch.

Examples: HDFS-SyncKafka-HDFSHDFS-Line-CopyS3-HDFS and HDFS-Kafka.

We want to develop a strong community that meets face to face and has a deep influence on big data ecosystem. If you are interested in presenting at this meet-up, please email to apex-meetup@datatorrent.com.

Free DataTorrent Enterprise Edition for qualifying startups. Check it out!

A lot of above technologies are registered trademarks or trademarks of the Apache Software Foundation.

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