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The data Artisans Blog

Apache Flink, stream processing, event-driven applications, and more.

Author: Aljoscha Krettek

Apache Flink® Master Branch Monthly: New in Flink in February 2018

Thanks to Stefan Richter, Kostas Kloudas, and Chesnay Schepler for their contributions to this post. Last month, we introduced our first ever Flink Master Monthly blog post so we could highlight featu...

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Apache Flink® Master Branch Monthly: New in Flink in January 2018

Flink’s major version releases occur every few months, and there’s a constant stream of activity as new features are merged to the Flink master branch in between releases. Keeping an eye on what...

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The Curious Case of the Broken Benchmark: Revisiting Apache Flink® vs. Databricks Runtime

Tl;dr For the past few months, Databricks has been promoting an Apache Spark vs. Apache Flink vs. Apache Kafka Streams benchmark result that shows Spark significantly outperforming the other framework...

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Announcing the Apache Flink 1.4.0 Release

This post originally appeared on the Apache Flink blog. It was reproduced here under the Apache License, Version 2.0. The Apache Flink community is pleased to announce the 1.4.0 release. Over the p...

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Looking Ahead to Apache Flink 1.4.0 and 1.5.0

Stephan Ewen (@StephanEwen) is CTO and co-founder at data Artisans and an Apache Flink® committer and PMC member. Aljoscha Krettek (@aljoscha)is a software engineer and co-founder at data Artisans an...

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Meet the Engineer: Tzu-Li (Gordon) Tai

In this this edition of our “Meet the Engineer” series, I’d like to introduce my colleague Gordon Tai. He works remotely from Taipei, Taiwan, and he is the only member of the data Artisans team ...

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How Apache Flink™ Enables New Streaming Applications, Part 3

This blog post is the third part of our series on how Apache Flink™ enables new stream processing applications. The first post introduced event time and out of order processing, the second post co...

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