Processing Data of Any Size with Apache Beam

schedule Sep 19th 09:00 AM - 09:45 AM place Grand Lodge people 73 Interested

Rewriting code as you scale is a terrible waste of time. You have perfectly working code, but it doesn’t scale. You really need code that works at any size, whether that’s a megabyte or a terabyte. Beam allows you to learn a single API and process data as it grows. You don’t have to rewrite at every step.

In this session, we will talk about Beam and its API. We’ll see how to Beam execute on Big Data or small data. We’ll touch on some of the advanced features that make Beam an interesting choice.

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Anyone interested in Apace Beam and its related APIs

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  • Josh Graham
    By Josh Graham  ~  1 year ago
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    G'day Jesse, we have a local Beam committer already submitted a similar talk. Anything else you might want to discuss?

    • Jesse Anderson
      By Jesse Anderson  ~  1 year ago
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      Here are the other topics I proposed to Dave:

      • The Five Dysfunctions of a Data Engineering Team - Management-focused talk on how to set up and skill your team.
      • Real-time Big Data
      • Absolute beginner Big Data coverage
      • Where I see Big Data going and what's happening now in the U.S.