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Super Fast Real-time Data Processing on Cloud-Native Architecture
Tue, April 4, 2017, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM EEST
While Cloud-Native architecture allows for elastic scaling and much simpler operation, it usually adds opinionated abstractions which may hinder performance or lead to implementation challenges.
This presentation will go over building an extremely high-performance, real-time data processing platform on the foundations of a cloud-native architecture and its 12 factors. Yaron will explain how to overcome networking and storage challenges of existing micro-services technologies to process data at the rate of 100Gb/s per node; address data persistency and affinity challenges; implement elastic “server-less” functions; integrate with outbound networking; and use hardware acceleration. The session will also cover the tradeoffs and challenges in working with Kubernetes, Swarm, and DC/OS.