Monday, May 21, 2018

From Lambda to Kappa: A Guide on Real-time Big Data Architectures

When it comes to real-time big data architectures, today… there are choices. Today, there is more than just Lambda on the menu of choices, and in this blog series, I'll discuss a couple of these choices and compare them using relevant use cases. So, how do you select the right architecture for our real-time project? Let's get started.


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From Lambda to Kappa: A Guide on Real-time Big Data Architectures

When it comes to real-time big data architectures, today… there are choices. Today, there is more than just Lambda on the menu of choices, and in this blog series, I'll discuss a couple of these choices and compare them using relevant use cases. So, how do you select the right architecture for our real-time project? Let's get started.

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What You Need to Know About Real Time Architectures for IoT / Time Series Problem Sets

In previous posts, I discussed that not a single time series database or product rules all solutions, however, there are some common patterns that are reusable to allow a time series solution to scale to the problem set…with one key caveat — integration. It would be a bit presumptuous to propose a single technology such as Phoenix/HBase or InfluxDB as the be-all and end-all for every time series use case, because as I discussed previously, they are not. The problem set is too broad. Instead, what I would like to explore is leveraging architectural patterns and practices for time series. In this and the next few posts, I will focus on the lambda and kappa (event sourcing) architectures, specifically optimizing them for time series. These patterns use a combination of technology that allow them to scale to the need of the problem, but additionally provide a level of flexibility and protection that one product on its own would have a tough time replicating.


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Unit-Tests in Objective-C - Flying Kiwis

Every language has their own rules. It does not matter if you look at the syntax, language features or type of language. Everything changes and at the same time it stays the same. In our themed app we will be using swift, but since Objective-C is the origin of iOS development, we make a little detour, to see how specifics are done here. I'm not a big fan of XCTest. Don't get me wrong, it does it's job just fine.. but that's it.. just fine. Understanding the whole state of the app and action we are trying to test, depends on our ability to name tests. In general we suck doing so. An alternative are frameworks based on RSpec. They add syntactic sugar to our tests and might just make the difference of searching 2 hours understanding the test, or fixing the problem.


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