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Data Streams Standars

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Dear Author,

This begs its own question that I didn't want to append with my other question!!! i didn't want to follow it up with
my earlier question.

Excuse me if I am being ignorant on this topic.With so much data being generated around in Social Medias and other systems
around,  Data Exchange is one thing with the ubiquitous formats such as XML, JSON.
I am curious as to how data transformation happens around Data Streaming so seamlessly between Miriyad Systems,
are there any standard set in place by any governing bodies which manage/Control the standards as that of any other governing bodies?.

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Hi Sathya,
For certain industries, there are certainly governing bodies that standardize the data formats that are used to exchange data. However, between industries or in many other there are no general governing bodies. This cartoon (http://xkcd.com/927/) is a very accurate description of the world we live in. A great tool to look at to help deal with this problem is Apache NiFi  (nifi.apache.org)
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