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What is Streaming Data Analytics? Use Cases, Examples, and Architecture


Netflix’s ability to stream data killed Blockbuster video. All of a sudden, customers could access movies—late-fee free—from their couch. And there was no need to drive to the store, rewind the tape, and drive back. Also, for Netflix, a catalog of movie files was far cheaper to maintain and distribute than an inventory of DVDs and VHS tapes.  Streaming analytics…

By March 17, 2022

Testing and Automation with the StreamSets DataOps Platform SDK for Python

Engineering, StreamSets News

We are excited to announce the immediate availability of StreamSets DataOps Platform SDK for Python version 4.0.0.  It enables users to interact with StreamSets DataOps Platform programmatically using Python 3.4+. Highlights of the StreamSets SDK SDK Activation key is no longer required DataCollector and Transformer classes are no longer public because these are headless engines in StreamSets DataOps Platform Authentication…

By March 16, 2022

Hadoop (MapReduce) vs Apache Spark: A Deep Dive Comparison


There is no denying the impact of distributed data and computing over the last 15 years. These innovations have shattered constructs and limitations in database design which have held largely constant over the decades previous. This enables analytics at a scale and speed never imagined possible. To understand how we got to machine learning, AI, and real-time streaming, we need…

By March 14, 2022

Python vs. Scala: A Deep Dive Comparison


Python vs. Scala: A Deep Dive Comparison  Even if you’re relatively new to programming, you’ve most likely come across both the Python and Scala programming languages. Python and Scala are two of the most widely used languages in today’s programming ecosystem. In this piece, we’re not looking to stir the proverbial pot about which programming language is better. There are…

By March 11, 2022

Cloud Data Integration: Benefits, Examples, and Why it Matters


Try and imagine removing the cloud from business. It would bring the world to a screeching halt. Yet only a decade ago, most enterprise leaders were resisting the move. The stats show us clearly who won that debate. There will be over 100 zettabytes of data stored in the cloud around the world by 2025 In 2020, the total worth…

By March 10, 2022
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