Most organizations still rely on batch and offline processing of data streams to gain meaningful analysis and insight into their business. However, in our instant gratification world, real-time …
Most organizations still rely on batch and offline processing of data streams to gain meaningful analysis and insight into their business. However, in our instant gratification world, real-time computation and analysis of streaming data is crucial in gaining insight into patterns and threats. A trend is emerging for real-time and instant analysis from live data streams, promoting the value of logs and a move toward functional programming.
This shift in technology is not about what and how to store the data, but what we can do with it to see emerging patterns and trends across multiple resources, applications, services and environments. Log data represents a wealth of information, yet is often sporadic, unstructured, scattered across the enterprise and difficult to track.
These slides provide insights into some of the most helpful Big Data tools used by the largest social media and data-centric organizations for competitive trends, instant analysis and feedback from large volume data streams. We show how how using Big Data tools Storm, ElasticSearch and an elastic UI can turn application logs into real-time analytical views.
You will also learn how Big Data:
Contains data that is elastic, minimally structured, flexible and scalable
Helps process live streams into meaningful data
Promotes a move toward functional programming
Effects the enterprise data architecture
Works with real-time CEP tools like Storm for functional programming