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4th Workshop on Real-time & Stream Analytics in Big Data

EURA NOVA Research centre is proud and excited to organize the fourth workshop on Real-time and Stream analytics in Big Data, collocated with the 2019 IEEE conference on Big Data. The workshop will take place in December in Los Angeles, USA.

Stream processing and real-time analytics in data science have become some of the most important topics of Big Data. To refine new opportunities and use cases required by the industry, we are bringing together experts passioned about the subject. 

This year, we are excited to have two amazing keynotes from Confluent KStream and Apache Pulsar: 

  • Matteo Merli is one of the co-founders of Streamlio, he serves as the PMC chair for Apache Pulsar and he’s a member of the Apache BookKeeper PMC. Previously, he spent several years at Yahoo building database replication systems and multi-tenant messaging platforms. Matteo was the co-creator and lead developer for the Pulsar project within Yahoo.
  • John Roesler is a software engineer at Confluent and a contributor to Apache Kafka, primarily to Kafka Streams. Before that, he spent eight years at Bazaarvoice, on a team designing and building a large-scale streaming database and a high-throughput declarative Stream Processing engine.

 

If you want to join us, authors from the industry and the academia are invited to contribute to the conference by submitting articles. Check out the workshop website to find all the information you will need. Your paper will be reviewed by a prestigious panel of international experts from both the academic and the industrial worlds.

 

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