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At the last Clojure eXchange, Jason shared an introduction to the Onyx Stream Processing Framework. A year late, you will discover more findings from Jason and team's usage of the framework and discover how the framework was pushed to the limits, what was learned and how Jason chose to solve the problems.
This talk is not just about Onyx, it's about considerations to be made in streaming applications generally whether it's Onyx, Kafka or AWS Kinesis, from the paper design aspects to deployment in to the real world. During this session, you will explore the places Jason and team have learned things that has been carried forward in other projects.
Once again, this talk will be accessible to all, so while there'll be some code it should be easily understood by everyone who sees it.
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How I Bled All Over Onyx
Jason Bell is a data engineer and startup founder based in Northern Ireland. He authored the book Machine Learning: Hands on for Developers and Technical Professionals. An in demand speaker and panelist, Jason has previously spoken at the Strata Data Conference in London on Kafka and AI technologies, the Digital DNA conference on AI and spends his spare time studying supply and demand pricing on different asset types (yes he does this for fun).