Apache Storm is a system for processing streaming data in real time. Built on top of YARN, it is powerful for real-time analytics, machine learning and continuous monitoring operations. Some of the important characteristics of Apache Storm are – It is a distributed real-time computation system for processing large volumes of high-velocity data. It is… Continue reading Term of the week – Apache Storm
In the previous post, we saw an introduction to Apache Storm, it’s characteristics and different use cases. Now, let us take a look at the Apache Storm architecture below – Reference A storm cluster is similar to a Hadoop cluster. In a Hadoop cluster, we run what is called as MapReduce jobs, but in Storm we… Continue reading How does Apache Storm work?
The ability to extract, transform and process real-time data is critical today. In the beginning, there wasn’t any support for real-time data processing. But, with the demand and constant technological progress, there are quite a few technologies now that support real-time data processing. Apache Storm is one of them. Apache Storm is a system for… Continue reading What is Apache Storm?