[WSO2Con EU 2018] Streaming SQL in the Real World
By WSO2 Team
- 8 Nov, 2018
Every continuous collection of events represent an action, that can be categorized and recognized in this universe. Steaming SQL is one of the techniques utilized to process massive amounts of streaming events to find real-time responsiveness on changing real-world conditions. In this session, Srinath will discuss with example how steaming SQL has been heavily utilized to battle real-world challenge.
Srinath is a scientist, software architect, and a programmer that works on distributed systems. He is a member of the Apache Software Foundation. He is a key-architect behind several widely used projects such as Apache Axis2, WSO2 Stream Processor. Srinath has authored two books about MapReduce and frequent author of technical articles. He received his Ph.D. from Indiana University, USA, in 2009. As VP of Research at WSO2, he heads the research team and also responsible for studying current markets, current technologies, and future trends for WSO2.