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Architecting and building end-to-end streaming applications

Architecting and building end-to-end streaming applications

The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: Karthik Ramasamy on Heron, DistributedLog, and designing real-time applications.In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Karthik Ramasamy, adjunct faculty member at UC Berkeley, former engineering manager at Twitter, and co-founder of Streamlio. Ramasamy managed the team that built Heron, an open source, distributed stream processing engine, compatible with Apache Storm.  While Ramasamy has seen firsthand what it takes to build and deploy large-scale distributed systems (within Twitter, he worked closely with the team that built DistributedLog), he is first and foremost interested in designing and building end-to-end applications. As someone who organizes many conferences, I’m all too familiar with the vast array of popular big data frameworks available. But, I also know that engineers and architects are most interested in content and material that helps them cut through the options and decisions. Ramasamy and I discussed the importance of des

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