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8:00am-8:10 am: Online Networking (coffee talk/feel free to BYOB!!)
8:10am-9:10am: Streaming Apps and Poison Pills: handle the unexpected with Kafka Streams, Loïc Divad, Software Engineer, Publicis Sapient Engineering
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Loïc Divad, Software Engineer, Publicis Sapient Engineering
Title of Talk:
Streaming Apps and Poison Pills: handle the unexpected with Kafka Streams
Apache Kafka's Streams API lets us process messages from different topics with very low latency. Messages may have different formats, schemas and may even be serialised in different ways. What happens when an undesirable message comes in the flow? When an error occurs, real-time applications can't always wait for manual recovery and need to handle such failures. Kafka Streams lets you use a few techniques like sentinel value or dead letter queues-in this talk we'll see how. This talk will give an overview of different patterns and tools available in the Streams DSL API to deal with corrupted messages. Based on a real-life use case, it also includes valuable experiences from building and running Kafka Streams projects in production. The talk includes live coding and demonstrations.
Loïc is a software engineer at Publicis Sapient Engineering. He works on Data Engineering topics as Scala developer. Training and blogging are part of his job as well. Kafka, Spark and Akka are his favorite tools among all the Big / Fast Data technologies. Passionate about distributed system, he’s also the organizer of a conference in Paris: DataXDay.
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