Data-in-Motion: Recent advances in Apache projects for streaming data

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Topic: Data-in-Motion -- Recent advances in Apache projects for streaming data
Speaker: Mihail Stoev, Senior Solutions Engineer, Hortonworks
Date and Time: 4:30-6:30pm Thursday 29 June 2017. Food and drinks will start at 4:30pm and talk will start at 5pm.
Location: Teradata office, level 7, 14 Moore St, Civic
Acknowledgement: Thanks to Teradata for providing a venue and to M&T Resources for sponsoring food and drinks.

How can you make streaming analytics easier? Data-at-Rest is your collection of historic data, supported by mature Apache projects around Hadoop. Data-in-Motion is current, live data that when combined with Data-at-Rest provides insights against What Is Happening Now with the knowledge of What Has Happened Before. Apache NiFi was created by the NSA and Open Sourced in 2014 and is designed to manage the rapid flow of data managed via a GUI tool. We will discuss a fictitious case of a modern streaming app where we will cover the common tasks you would perform in many of the processing use cases across the data centre and the cloud, while focusing on NiFi and Kafka.

Mihail Stoev is a senior solutions engineer. He has Masters degree from the Technical University of Sofia and is certified in the areas of Cloud, IT Architecture and security. Mihail is passionate about Big Data and Analytics, and has run similar MeetUp's in Sydney. During the past few years he has helped customers transform their environment and adopt new technologies. Mihail is married with two kids and in his free time enjoys traveling, skiing and playing tennis.