Category: Amazon Kinesis
AWS has contributed the Async Sink to the Flink 1.15 release. The Async Sink is an abstraction for building sinks with at-least-once semantics to make it easier and less time consuming to build and maintain sinks in Apache Flink.
Disney Streaming’s use of serverless and open source technologies has improved their ability to deliver business value safely and reliably.
This post was contributed by Robert Oberhofer, Senior Director of Technology Partnerships at MongoDB. This blog post introduces MongoDB Realm, and examines its core characteristics and key benefits. While Realm is widely used for building mobile applications, its capabilities are also relevant for other problem spaces, including IoT and Edge. Introduction to Realm Realm database […]
September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. Visit the website to learn more. by Wesley Pettit and Michael Hausenblas AWS is built for builders. Builders are always looking for ways to optimize, and this applies to application logging. Not all logs are of equal importance. Some require real-time analytics, […]
September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. Visit the website to learn more. We’ve all been there. You’ve deployed a new service on Windows servers. Maybe it’s based on Microsoft technology such as IIS, AD, DHCP, Microsoft Exchange, or SharePoint, or maybe it’s your own service running on Windows. […]
If you’re already running Kubernetes, FaaS (Functions as a Service) platforms on Kubernetes can help you leverage your existing investment in EC2 by enabling serverless computing. The real significance of such platforms, however, lies in the number of data sources that can trigger the deployed function. The first part of this two-part series introduced one […]