data Artisans Introduces Industry’s First Serializable ACID Transactions Directly on Streaming Data
Sep. 04, 2018
BERLIN and SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- data Artisans, founded by the original creators of Apache Flink®, today unveiled at the Flink Forward Berlin conference a new patent-pending technology that extends the scope of stream processing with fast, serializable ACID transactions directly on streaming data. With the introduction of data Artisans Streaming Ledger, data Artisans is the first company to bring distributed ACID transactions to stream processing, transcending a long-standing limitation of existing stream processing technology. With serializable transactions across multiple tables, rows, and streams, programmers can focus on the application logic, rather than worrying about consistency models.
To learn more and schedule a demo, please contact us at https://data-artisans.com/contact. Flink Forward Berlin attendees will be able to see a live demo on site.
The global streaming analytics market is projected to reach USD 47.75 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 34.98% from 2017 to 20251. This growth is fueled by companies across industries that are transitioning from a product-centric business model towards becoming more customer and services-centric. As enterprises build out their streaming data architecture, they are seeking to broaden their use cases and deploy a greater variety of real-time applications.
data Artisans Streaming Ledger goes beyond today’s exactly-once stateful stream processing model and brings multi-row, multi-state, cross-stream transactions to data stream processing. Designed to meet the needs of today’s data-driven industries, it offers high throughput, so large-scale applications like inventory management, pricing, billing, supply-demand matching, logistics or position keeping can be efficiently transformed to consistent streaming applications without requiring an underlying relational database. These applications can now take full advantage of all benefits of data stream processing and blend naturally into a streaming data architecture.
"Guaranteeing serializable ACID transactions is the crown discipline of data management. It is a very hard problem - something that even some large established databases fail to provide. We are very proud to have come up with a way to solve this problem for real-time data streams, and make it fast and easy to use,” said Stephan Ewen, co-founder and CTO at data Artisans “We also see this as a testament to the power of Apache Flink and its unique capabilities to offer the building blocks for such an advanced technology."
data Artisans Streaming Ledger, available in the new River Edition of data Artisans Platform, enables a complete new class of streaming applications with the highest level of transactional consistency. The programming API of data Artisans Streaming Ledger including a serial runtime for local development has been released as a open-source project on GitHub.
How It Worksdata Artisans Streaming Ledger processes event streams across multiple shared states/tables with serializable ACID semantics. It overcomes limitations of existing stream processing technologies with the ability to perform distributed serializable transactions from multiple streams across shared tables and multiple rows of each table. Similar to serializable ACID transactions in a relational database management system, each transaction modifies all tables fully isolated against concurrent changes – that way full data consistency is guaranteed as in the best relational databases today. This makes it possible to move a whole new class of applications to a data streaming architecture.
To learn more about data Artisans Streaming Ledger, please review the technical white paper at https://data-artisans.com/download-the-data-artisans-streaming-ledger-whitepaper.
About data Artisans Platformdata Artisans Platform is now available in two versions. The original Stream Edition includes Application Manager, which streamlines the process of deploying and maintaining real-time streaming applications. The new River Edition includes both the Streaming Ledger and Application Manager features, enabling an entire new class of applications while greatly reducing the time to market and personnel required for businesses to realize value from streaming. To learn more, please contact us at: https://data-artisans.com/contact
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About data Artisans data Artisans was founded by the creators of open source Apache Flink® to bring real-time data applications to the enterprise. dataArtisansPlatform provides turnkey stream processing to businesses, enabling them to manage and deploy live data applications so they can react to data instantaneously and make better and faster business decisions. Global companies such as Alibaba, ING, Netflix and Uber use Flink as the stream processing engine to power large-scale stateful applications, including real-time analytics, machine learning, search and content ranking, and fraud detection.
Backed by Intel Capital, b-to-v Partners, and Tengelmann Ventures, data Artisans is based in Berlin, Germany with an office in San Francisco, Calif. For more information, visit https://data-artisans.com.
About Apache Flink Apache Flink is used by developers to analyze and process data streams of very high volume. By adopting Flink and a data streaming architecture, enterprises can act on insights from data in a matter of milliseconds, as well as cover existing historical data processing needs within a single platform. Flink is developed and supported by the vibrant and growing Apache Software Foundation open source community with more than 420 contributors to Flink, of which data Artisans engineers are proud participants.
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1 Global Streaming Analytics Market Report 2018, Market Insights Report, December 2017