Many talks at Strata focus on big data analytics, and with good reason. But we rarely get to hear about business logic-focused enterprise applications, despite the fact that it was an estimated $150B market in 2015 according to Gartner.
Mathieu Dumoulin shares a use case that details a modern, enterprise-friendly, and easy-to-develop architecture for streaming processing. Mathieu begins with an explanation and rationale for streaming processing before presenting an architecture based on JBoss Drools and large-scale streaming using the Kafka API. The main benefits of this architecture are a clear separation of business rules creation and editing from custom enterprise application development requiring minimal expertise in complex Hadoop ecosystem engineering. Mathieu then illustrates this architecture by exploring a successful production use case for Busan, South Korea’s Smart City initiative, backed by a working, live demo with a real-time Kibana dashboard showing exactly what’s going on. You’ll learn how easy it is for business users to create and edit business rules using a web application GUI.
Mathieu Dumoulin is a Digital Expert at McKinsey & Company’s Tokyo office, where he advises large enterprises for big data, enterprise architecture and advanced analytics solutions.
Current areas of interest are creating production systems which optimize industrial processes on operational data and real-time IoT sensor data.
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