At over 3 years old as an open source project, and an Apache project for more than 2 years, Apache Storm is one of the most mature and widely adopted real-time data platforms available. Apache Storm is used across a wide range of industries, from Fortune 500 companies, to three-letter government agencies, to big data startups.
In this session we’ll explore how Storm has evolved over the years, and more importantly how it will continue to evolve and innovate in both the near and long term. We will discuss new features, performance improvements, project roadmaps, and it’s relationship with other open source streaming solutions. Immediately following the talk, Taylor will demo a new feature of Apache Storm 1.0 called Flux: A framework for creating and deploying Apache Storm streaming computations with less friction. More details at https://github.com/apache/storm/tree/master/external/flux
Bio: P. Taylor Goetz is the Apache Storm PMC Chair and Streaming Data Tech Lead at Hortonworks. Taylor has over 20 years of software development expertise in projects including financial transaction management, transportation logistics, DoD Command and Control systems, and Master Data Management (MDM). Taylor is an ASF Member, and as a member of the Apache Incubator PMC mentors a number of incubating projects.
6:00 PM- 6:30 PM: Food, drinks, mingling
6:30 PM – 6:45 PM: Eugene Dvorkin and Artem Ervits Announcements, call for presenters, future events
6:45 PM: Taylor Goetz, PMC Chair, Apache Storm, Member of Technical Staff at Hortonworks
Wrap Up Q&A
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