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Streaming Data: Streaming frameworks

 
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Hi,

What are the streaming frameworks covered in "Streaming Data: Understanding the real-time pipeline" book and what are the others not covered in the book but worth watching closely (as they offer quite interesting features)?

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Hi Jacek,
This book is not about a particular framework. It is a book about the things you need to consider and think through as you are building an entire system. Naturally, frameworks like Spark Streaming, Flink, Storm, etc. are mentioned and the commonalities are drawn upon during one of the chapters. But those tools are always just one piece of the puzzle -- there are many other parts such as how do you: "acquire, move, process, possibly store, and deliver the resulting data to a client.
 
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Hi,

What's the audience of the book then? Is the book for architects or CTOs?

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