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A spring with Stream Processing and Apache Flink

So, you are working on a new data streaming project, and you need to pick something... I assume you heard about Flink?

Apache Flink was called a new generation big data processing framework and has lots of innovations under its belt and become the new de-facto tool for stream processing.

On this meetup, we will have Timo from Ververica giving an introduction to Flink, followed up by Thiago deploying a stream processing application on AWS! So, come on over and join us at this amazing event! You will learn a lot and eat well!!

Events Agenda
17:30 – Doors open. Food & drinks provided
18:30 – Introduction to Stream Processing with Apache Flink by Timo Walther @Ververica
19:15 – short break
19:30 – Stream Processing on AWS with Flink, ElasticSearch and Kinesis by Thiago de Faria @LINKIT
20:15 – Laughing, networking and drinks until someone kicks us out!

Biography Timo Walther
Timo Walther is a committer and PMC member of the Apache Flink project. He studied Computer Science at TU Berlin. Alongside his studies, he participated in the Database Systems and Information Management Group there and worked at IBM Germany. Timo works as a software engineer at Ververica. In Flink, he is mainly working on the Table & SQL API aiming to make stream processing accessible to a broader audience.
"Stream Processing has evolved quickly in a short time: a few years ago, stream processing was mostly simple real-time aggregations with limited throughput and consistency. Today, many stream processing applications have complex logic, strict correctness guarantees, high performance, low latency, and maintain large state without databases. Stream processing frameworks also abstract a lot of the low-level details away, such as routing the data streams, taking care of concurrent executions, and handling various failure scenarios while ensuring correctness.

Talk description
This talk will give an introduction into Apache Flink, one of the most powerful open source stream processors. In particular, we will go through Flink's streaming concepts, walk through some of its main features, and present further extensions that will unlock yet another group of applications on top of stream processing."

Biography Thiago de Faria
Thiago is the Head of Solutions Engineering at LINKIT, a knowledge-driven organization with IT experts supporting partners with a transparent path toward pain mitigation and solving business problems.
Passionate about data, programming and the people behind it, he’s given many talks and workshops at conferences. Sometimes on stage, sometimes coding and sometimes in meetings, Thiago loves to learn and try new things... he also likes to crack bad jokes that sounded better on his own mind.He is an active part of the community (devopsdays Amsterdam, ITNEXT & Codemotion), married to someone smarter than him, open-source enthusiast, knowledge-sharer and a proud father. Thiago wakes up everyday with one goal: develop happy high-performing teams to decrease time-to-market and build production-ready applications, always!

Talk description
"In this talk, I'll show how to build a streaming application on AWS using cloud-native components - Flink on EMR, ElasticSearch, Kinesis... may the demo gods help us!"

Please check the following website for more information and signing up: https://www.meetup.com/ITNEXT/events/258261295/

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A spring with Stream Processing and Apache Flink

So, you are working on a new data streaming project, and you need to pick something... I assume you heard about Flink?

Apache Flink was called a new generation big data processing framework and has lots of innovations under its belt and become the new de-facto tool for stream processing.

On this meetup, we will have Timo from Ververica giving an introduction to Flink, followed up by Thiago deploying a stream processing application on AWS! So, come on over and join us at this amazing event! You will learn a lot and eat well!!

Events Agenda
17:30 – Doors open. Food & drinks provided
18:30 – Introduction to Stream Processing with Apache Flink by Timo Walther @Ververica
19:15 – short break
19:30 – Stream Processing on AWS with Flink, ElasticSearch and Kinesis by Thiago de Faria @LINKIT
20:15 – Laughing, networking and drinks until someone kicks us out!

Biography Timo Walther
Timo Walther is a committer and PMC member of the Apache Flink project. He studied Computer Science at TU Berlin. Alongside his studies, he participated in the Database Systems and Information Management Group there and worked at IBM Germany. Timo works as a software engineer at Ververica. In Flink, he is mainly working on the Table & SQL API aiming to make stream processing accessible to a broader audience.
"Stream Processing has evolved quickly in a short time: a few years ago, stream processing was mostly simple real-time aggregations with limited throughput and consistency. Today, many stream processing applications have complex logic, strict correctness guarantees, high performance, low latency, and maintain large state without databases. Stream processing frameworks also abstract a lot of the low-level details away, such as routing the data streams, taking care of concurrent executions, and handling various failure scenarios while ensuring correctness.

Talk description
This talk will give an introduction into Apache Flink, one of the most powerful open source stream processors. In particular, we will go through Flink's streaming concepts, walk through some of its main features, and present further extensions that will unlock yet another group of applications on top of stream processing."

Biography Thiago de Faria
Thiago is the Head of Solutions Engineering at LINKIT, a knowledge-driven organization with IT experts supporting partners with a transparent path toward pain mitigation and solving business problems.
Passionate about data, programming and the people behind it, he’s given many talks and workshops at conferences. Sometimes on stage, sometimes coding and sometimes in meetings, Thiago loves to learn and try new things... he also likes to crack bad jokes that sounded better on his own mind.He is an active part of the community (devopsdays Amsterdam, ITNEXT & Codemotion), married to someone smarter than him, open-source enthusiast, knowledge-sharer and a proud father. Thiago wakes up everyday with one goal: develop happy high-performing teams to decrease time-to-market and build production-ready applications, always!

Talk description
"In this talk, I'll show how to build a streaming application on AWS using cloud-native components - Flink on EMR, ElasticSearch, Kinesis... may the demo gods help us!"

Please check the following website for more information and signing up: https://www.meetup.com/ITNEXT/events/258261295/