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Pulsar - Distributed pub-sub messaging & Apache NiFi in action


6:00 - 6:30 pm: Networking, Food & drinks

6:30 pm: Tech Talks

Pulsar - Distributed pub-sub messaging

About Matteo Merli

Matteo Merli is the architect and lead developer for Pulsar pub-sub platform. He has been at Yahoo for 6 years working on messaging platforms and Sherpa (Yahoo’s distributed database) replication layer. He is a committer and member of PMC for Apache BookKeeper.


In this talk Matteo will discuss the process that lead their team at Yahoo to build Pulsar, some of the use cases for which they are currently using it in production and a general overview of the Pulsar distributed messaging system architecture.

Apache NiFi in Action - Apache NiFi supports powerful and scalable directed graphs of data routing, transformation, and system mediation logic.

About Joe Witt

Joe Witt is a member of the Apache Software Foundation, the Apache NiFi PMC, and is the Director of Engineering leading up development of Hortonworks Dataflow powered by Apache NiFi. Joe has been working with NiFi since he started the project while working for the U.S. Government in 2006 with the aim of making the task of global enterprise data flow management far more capable and interactive than ever before.

About Bryan Bende

Bryan Bende is a Software Engineer with Hortonworks and is a PMC Member and committer on the Apache NiFi project. Bryan has been working on Apache NiFi for more than five years including before it was open sourced to the Apache Software Foundation.  He has over ten years of experience developing enterprise software solutions, and received a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland at College Park, and a M.S. in Computer Science from John Hopkins University.


The talk will introduce and demonstrate Apache NiFi in action. The talk will lead off with an explanation of the background and heritage of NiFi, talk through use cases, and explain how NiFi fits into the larger architectural ecosystem of IoT, data collection, processing, messaging, and storage.

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