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Wednesday, May 17 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Khermes: An Open-Source and Distributed Data Generator for Apache Kafka - Alberto Rodriguez & Emilio Ambrosio, Stratio

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Today, companies and organisations with large amounts of data are increasingly faced with the need to produce user-defined data for different types of data stores or to understand how their systems will perform under a heavy data-load. We have created Khermes, an open-source distributed data-generator, to simplify this process. Using Apache Kafka, Khermes can generate large amounts of user-defined data that can be stored anywhere. It can also be used as a “stress tool” to measure the performance of systems in a heavy-load environment: Users can increase the strain on their Apache Kafka clusters and monitor their performance. Through use cases and demos, you will discover Khermes features and how it works.

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Emilio Ambrosio

Software Engineer, Stratio
As Software Engineer at Stratio, I have participated in different cutting edge projects and some modules included within the Stratio's platform, particularly those related to real-time streaming and data ingestion, based on Apache Spark Streaming and Apache Flume respectively.
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Alberto Rodriguez

Software Engineer, Stratio
Working as a Big Data Architect at Stratio, Alberto Rodriguez has been involved in the inception and evolution of some modules included within the Stratio's platform, specially those related to data visualization, real-time, streaming and complex event processing. I am also proud... Read More →


Wednesday May 17, 2017 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Windsor

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