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E-commerce giant eBay has released an open-source, real-time analytics platform and stream processing framework, dubbed Pulsar. Through Pulsar, user and business events will be collected and processed in real time, enabling superior interaction, to the tune of a million events per second with high availability. Owing to the ever increasing

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A multi-coloured squirrel may not seem like the most obvious choice of logo for a data processing technology; then again, the team behind Apache Flink have hardly done things by the book. What start out as a University research project evolved into a fully-fledged company, complete with artfully-decapitalised name (data

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Apache Samza, the distributed stream processing framework, has now graduated to become a Top-Level Project (TLP), the Apache Software Foundation has revealed. “The incubation process at Apache has been great. It has helped us cultivate a strong community, and provided us with the support and infrastructure to make Samza grow,”

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Gridgain announced yesterday that their in-memory data fabric has been accepted into the Apache Software Foundation Incubator programme, under the name Apache Ignite. The Gridgain team hope the move will fuel greater adoption of in-memory computing technologies, and build a greater community around the data fabric. Expanding upon their motives

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The Apache Software Foundation has declared Apache Storm a top-level project, marking a major step towards its maturity as a technology. Designed by the team at BackType/Twitter, to analyze the tweet stream in real time, Storm became an official Apache incubation project in September 2013. Ever since, Hortonworks engineering has

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What You Don't Know About Apache Lucene
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According to his LinkedIn profile, Robert Muir is Mongolia-based Ghostbuster for Elasticsearch. Any activities involving the elimination of supernatural entities aside, what we do know is that his work at Elasticsearch involves implementing and improving the reliability of Apache Lucene. He’s also an Apache Lucene committer; Lucene is a high-performance,

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