Ben Stopford discusses using stream processing tools for real-time business apps, handling infinite streams, leveraging high throughput, deploying dynamic, fault-tolerant, and streaming services.
Janet Wiener discusses using a data pipeline and graphic visualizations to extract and analyze the Chorus – the aggregated, anonymized voice of the people communicating on Facebook - in real time.
Sudhir Tonse discusses using stream processing at Uber: indexing and querying of geospatial data, aggregation and computing of streaming data, extracting patterns, TimeSeries analyses and predictions.
Jim Webber talks about several kinds of fraud common in financial services and how each decomposes into a straightforward graph use-case. He explores them using Neo4j and Cypher query language.
Joe Stein makes an introduction for developers about why and how to use Apache Kafka. Apache Kafka is a publish-subscribe messaging system rethought of as a distributed commit log.
Craig Berntson shows code samples for real world uses of SignalR: thermometers, alerts, non-web applications and others.
Ben Stopford examines tools, mechanisms and tradeoffs that allow a data architecture to scale, from disk formats to fully blown architectures for real-time storage, streaming and batch processing.
Sharad Murthy & Tony Ng present Pulsar, a real-time streaming system which can scale to millions of events per second with high availability and 4GL language support.
Ajit Jaokar discusses data science and IoT: sensor data, real-time processing, cognitive computing, integration of IoT analytics with hardware, IoT’s impact on healthcare, automotive, wearables, etc.
Vaclav Petricek discusses how to train models, architect and build a scalable system powered by Storm, Hadoop, Spark, Spring Boot and Vowpal Wabbit that meets SLAs measured in tens of milliseconds.
Mandy Waite shows how to get started with Firebase before walking through a live demo of building a multi-user, collaborative mobile app that provides real-time updates to its users.
Trisha Gee uses Java 8 streams and lambdas to build an app consuming a real-time feed of high velocity data, using services to make sense of the data, and presenting it in a JavaFX dashboard.