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Ingesting Streaming Data from JMS into HDFS and Solr using StreamSets

Engineering, Use Cases, StreamSets News, StreamSets Partners

Now we’ll start publishing messages to a JMS queue. They are simple text messages with random words. Periodically the program outputs two types of bad records. Records without an id message header and records with empty content. We will use two of the StreamSets error handling facilities later on to catch these bad records.

By November 10, 2015

Introducing the StreamSets Data Collector (video)

Engineering, StreamSets News

Wondering how the StreamSets Data Collector works? Have a look at this quick 4 minute introduction to the software.

By October 8, 2015

What Is StreamSets?

StreamSets News

This 2015 blog post has been updated. The original post is preserved below. StreamSets is a modern data integration platform dedicated to building the smart data pipelines needed to power DataOps across hybrid and multi-cloud architectures. StreamSets was founded in 2015 by a former Cloudera engineer and Informatica product leader to better manage data integration in the modern world. By…

By October 5, 2015

State of the Art Data Ingestion

StreamSets News

Forward-looking, data-driven enterprises increasingly leverage Big Data platforms, such as Hadoop, Elasticsearch and Amazon Web Services, to derive insights from non-­transactional, machine­-generated data. Many tools have emerged to power next ­generation data pipelines and provide specialized analytic capabilities. To get value from these technologies, data must reside in intermediate data stores in a consumable form. However, existing data integration tools do…

By September 29, 2015

Start with Why: Data Drift

StreamSets News

Today, after a year of working in stealth mode with a number of enterprise charter customers, we are excited to launch StreamSets. Arvind and I started StreamSets in June 2014 because, as they say in French, “plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.” Or in other words, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Arvind had…

By September 24, 2015
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