Real-Time Analytics

Query Real-Time Data using SQL, a Guide for Coffee Lovers

Time: May 8, 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Regency Ballroom I

Streaming data is rapidly becoming a key component in modern applications, and Apache Kafka has emerged as a popular and powerful platform for managing and processing these data streams. However, as the volume and complexity of streaming data continue to grow, it becomes increasingly critical to have efficient and effective ways of querying and analyzing this data

This is where query engines like Apache Flink, Trino, Timeplus Proton, Materialize, and ksqlDB come in. These powerful tools offer flexible and scalable ways of processing and analyzing streaming data in real-time, enabling users to extract valuable insights from their data streams.

In this talk, we will introduce the audience to the world of querying streaming data on Kafka/Pulsar with SQL, compare and contrast the features and capabilities of each of these tools, and provide an in-depth analysis of their respective Pros and Cons. We will also discuss the best practices and scenarios where each tool is most effective.

In conclusion, query engines like Apache Flink, Trino, ksqlDB, Timeplus Proton, RisingWave, Materialize and are useful tools in processing and analyzing streaming data. With their ability to extract valuable insights from real-time data streams, these tools are a valuable asset for modern data-driven applications.

Coffee elements are added to the talk, to help audience to compare different OSS offerings.