ʺAt King.com we are using Flink to process more than 30 billion events daily, leveraging Flink's stateful streaming abstractions," said Christofer Waldenström, Team Lead for Streaming Platform at King.com. "We find that Flink provides a convenient way to interact with real-time data for complex streaming use-cases involving large state beyond memory.
We are impressed that Apache Flink has reached to a point of maturity where it can serve the needs of such a complex application almost out-of-the box.ʺ
ʺOur team is currently working on implementing a solution for near real time business process monitoring with Flink. We are continuously learning from the Flink community and we’re looking forward to being an active part of it. The release of Flink 1.0.0 has only strengthened our efforts in pursuing this path.ʺ
ʺAfter evaluating streaming frameworks, we ended up with Flink because the system supports true streaming – both at the API and at the runtime level, giving us the programmability and low latency that we were looking for. In addition, we were able to get our system up and running with Flink in a fraction of the time compared to other solutions, which resulted in more available developer resources for expanding the business logic in the system.ʺ
ʺApache Flink proved to be a valuable framework in our day-to-day business. It helps us to process log events, aggregate tracking information, apply filters and decide upon message routingʺ
ʺ"We use Apache Flink as part of our production data infrastructure," said Ijad Madisch, co-founder and CEO of ResearchGate. "We are happy all around and excited that Flink provides us with the opportunity for even better developer productivity and testability, especially for complex data flowsʺ