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Tag: Apache Pulsar

Free Apache Pulsar Cloud Offered by StreamNative

Oct 27, 2020 |

StreamNative, which launched a cloud-based version of Apache Pulsar two months ago, today announced that it’s now offering a free entry-level version of Pulsar in the cloud.

Apache Pulsar is the open source publish-and-subscribe (pub-sub) system that competes with Apache Kafka. Read more…

On the Radar: Promethium, StreamNative, Inzata

Jan 29, 2020 |

Welcome to On the Radar, a new Datanami feature about interesting new startups in the big data and analytics space. In this week’s edition, we explore three vendors making news, including Promethium, NativeStreams, and Inzata. Read more…

Assessing Your Options for Real-Time Message Buses

May 28, 2019 |

Organizations today are required to process ever-bigger amounts of data in smaller and smaller windows of time. Those two factors are encouraging a movement away from processing architectures based on traditional databases and an approach based on real-time processing on streams of data. Read more…

Apache Pulsar Goes Cloud Native

Dec 11, 2018 |

Apache Pulsar, the distributed messaging and storage system that emerged two years ago from Yahoo, joins the growing list of analytics tools being made available via the Kubernetes cluster orchestrator—in this case running on the Google Cloud Platform. Read more…

Apache Pulsar Ready for Prime Time

Sep 25, 2018 |

A streaming and messaging system aimed at stream processing has been elevated from incubator to “top-level project” status by the Apache Foundation.

Apache Pulsar was released as open source by Yahoo in 2016 and has since been promoted by its creators who went on to form Streamlio, the fast data platform startup. Read more…

Apache Pulsar 2.0 Released

Jun 7, 2018 |

Apache Pulsar, the distributed “publish and subscribe” messaging platform released to the open source community by Yahoo nearly two years ago is generating streaming messaging capabilities aimed at enterprise data-driven applications. Read more…

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