GDG Tech Sessions — GDG Cloud Oslo Edition — Apache Beam for fun and profit
Apache Beam for fun and profit: An example of solving real-life problems
A few years ago, moving data between applications and data stores included expensive monolithic stacks from large software vendors with little flexibility.
Now, with frameworks such as Apache Beam and Apache Airflow, we can schedule and run data processing jobs for both streaming and batch with the same underlying code.
This presentation demonstrates the concepts of how this can glue your applications together and shows how we can run a data pipeline from Apache Kafka through Hadoop Flink to Hive and move this to Pub/Sub, Dataflow, and BigQuery by changing a few lines of Java in our Apache Beam code.
We will be looking at how this can be deployed in different cloud solutions.
Who is the speaker?
Rustam Mehmandarov is a passionate computer scientist and a Java Champion and Google Developer Expert for Cloud. Throughout the last years, Rustam Mehmandarov was a public speaker for dozens of events and conferences. He is also a GDG Cloud Oslo organiser.
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30th September 2020 | 19:00 CEST
19:00 – 19:05 – Tech Session Presentation (5 min)
Brief introduction to the initiative, with the participation of the promoters, showing useful data.
19:05 – 19:10 – Guest GDG introduction: GDG Cloud Oslo (5 min)
Brief introduction to the guests GDG, GDG leaders and speakers.
19:10 – 19:45 – Guest speaker’s talk (35 min)
Presentation of the topic in the form of slides provided by the speaker.
19:45 – 19:55 – Discussion panel, Q&A (10 min)
The Q&A is intended to be made by the public along with the session, not only at the end — the most upvoted questions will be answered.
19:55 – 20:00 – Final remarks (5 min)
Thank you guest GDG and speaker’s participation.