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A survey of systems for massive stream analytics

Singh, Maninder Pal; Hoque, Mohammad A.; Tarkoma, Sasu;
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  • Published: 29 May 2016
The immense growth of data demands switching from traditional data processing solutions to systems, which can process a continuous stream of real time data. Various applications employ stream processing systems to provide solutions to emerging Big Data problems. Open-source solutions such as Storm, Spark Streaming, and S4 are the attempts to answer key stream processing questions. The recent introduction of real time stream processing commercial solutions such as Amazon Kinesis, IBM Infosphere Stream reflect industry requirements. The system and application related challenges to handle massive stream of real time data analytics are an active field of research. I...
free text keywords: Computer Science - Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing
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