[HUG] Special Apache Pulsar Meetup chez OVH (Paris 17)

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Nous avons le plaisir de vous inviter au Hadoop User Group dédié à Apache Pulsar le vendredi 11 octobre 2019 chez OVH (Paris 17).

Les présentations débuteront à 18h30 suivies d'une 3e mi-temps qui nous permettra de continuer les discussions dans la bonne humeur.

Un agenda intéressant vous attend pour ce meetup:

•Pulsar 101 - FR - 30min par Quentin Adam & Steven Le Roux

Quentin is the CEO of Clever Cloud, a successful IT automation company.. Steven is engineer at OVHcloud. He worked, created or led different teams like AntiDDoS, BigData / BI, Observability and lately IO whose focus is on providing popular API as scalable cloud data services.
Abstract : Découvrons Pulsar au travers de ses usages, son architecture, sa valeur ajoutée et ses différences dans l’écosystème actuel (SQS, Kafka, RabbitMQ, Iron, Redis listen)

• Building a unified data processing stack with Apache Pulsar and Apache Spark - EN - 30 min by Sijie Guo

Sijie Guo is the founder of StreamNative. He is also a PMC member of Apache Pulsar and the PMC chair of Apache BookKeeper. Before StreamNative, he was the tech lead of message group at Twitter and he worked on bookkeeper and push notification infrastructure at Yahoo.
Abstract :
Apache Pulsar is a cloud-native event streaming system. It deploys a cloud-native architecture and a segment-centic storage. Pulsar provides a unified data view on both historic and real-time data. Hence it can be easily integrated with a unified computing engine to build a unified data processing stack.
In this talk, I will use one of the most popular data processing engines, Apache Spark, as an example to share our experience in building a unified data processing stack with Apache Pulsar. I will share a real-work adoption story how they use Spark and Pulsar to build a unified data processing stack to combat financial frauds over 50M transactions per day.

• Scalable logs processing, REX from Clever Cloud - FR - 15min par Alexandre DUVAL (@kannarfr)

Kannar is an IT Engineer working on logs and addons systems at Clever Cloud.
Abstract : From reverses proxies access logs to a real-time "pewpewmap" display for each organisation or application. From clients applications logs to livelogging and long storage. Let's see how Clever Cloud manages its high scalability logs infrastructure using Apache Pulsar.

• Bookkeeper 101 - FR - 30min par Pierre Zemb

Pierre Zemb is an infrastructure engineer at OVHCloud. He is working around data storage with many Apache projects such as Hadoop, HBase, Flink, Kafka and now Pulsar/Bookkeeper. He's also giving a hand to differents local events, such as the local Devoxx4Kids, JUG/GDG and DevFest.
Abstract : Apache Bookkeeper is the main datastore used by Apache Pulsar. This Top-Level Apache project is defined as « A scalable, fault-tolerant, and low-latency storage service optimized for real-time workloads ». BookKeeper is suitable for a wide variety of use cases, from WAL to storage. In this talk, we will dive into Bookkeeper’s concepts, the public API, deployments and how it is used within Pulsar.

• Pulsar Updates (10 mins) par Sijie Guo

Sijie Guo is the founder of StreamNative. He is also a PMC member of Apache Pulsar and the PMC chair of Apache BookKeeper. Before StreamNative, he was the tech lead of message group at Twitter and he worked on bookkeeper and push notification infrastructure at Yahoo.
Abstract : There are a lot of exciting new features coming in Pulsar 2.5.0, such as namespace change events, pluggable protocol handler, pulsar transaction and many schema related enhancements. In this talk, Sijie Guo from Apache Pulsar PMC will talk about what is coming in Pulsar 2.5.0 and give updates of the new features.

• Apéro networking

Merci de vous enregistrer afin que l’on puisse s’assurer du bon déroulement logistique.

Un grand merci à OVH pour nous prêter leur salle et s'occuper de l'apéritif dinatoire.

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