Grokking Streaming Systems: Real-time event processing
by: Josh Fischer and Ning Wang
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：Manning (April 5, 2022)
pages 页数：312 pages
A friendly, framework-agnostic tutorial that will help you grok how streaming systems work—and how to build your own!
In Grokking Streaming Systems you will learn how to:
Implement and troubleshoot streaming systems
Design streaming systems for complex functionalities
Assess parallelization requirements
Spot networking bottlenecks and resolve back pressure
Group data for high-performance systems
Handle delayed events in real-time systems
Grokking Streaming Systems is a simple guide to the complex concepts behind streaming systems. This friendly and framework-agnostic tutorial teaches you how to handle real-time events, and even design and build your own streaming job that’s a perfect fit for your needs. Each new idea is carefully explained with diagrams, clear examples, and fun dialogue between perplexed personalities!
Streaming systems minimize the time between receiving and processing event data, so they can deliver responses in real time. For applications in finance, security, and IoT where milliseconds matter, streaming systems are a requirement. And streaming is hot! Skills on platforms like Spark, Heron, and Kafka are in high demand.
Grokking Streaming Systems introduces real-time event streaming applications in clear, reader-friendly language. This engaging book illuminates core concepts like data parallelization, event windows, and backpressure without getting bogged down in framework-specific details. As you go, you’ll build your own simple streaming tool from the ground up to make sure all the ideas and techniques stick. The helpful and entertaining illustrations make streaming systems come alive as you tackle relevant examples like real-time credit card fraud detection and monitoring IoT services.