The move to streaming architectures from batch processing is a revolution in how companies use data. But what is the state of the union for stream processing, and what gaps remain in the technology we have? How will this technology impact the architectures and applications of the future? Jay Kreps explores the future of Apache Kafka and the stream processing ecosystem.
Jay Kreps is the cofounder and CEO of Confluent, a company focused on Apache Kafka. Previously, Jay was one of the primary architects for LinkedIn, where he focused on data infrastructure and data-driven products. He was among the original authors of a number of open source projects in the scalable data systems space, including Voldemort (a key-value store), Azkaban, Kafka (a distributed messaging system), and Samza (a stream processing system).
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