IBM Streams toolkits on Github and Streams on YARN announcement

We're always looking at improving our realtime processing and over the past six months or so I've been looking at Apache Storm and IBM Streams. There are a few others like LinkedIn's Samza and Spark Streaming but I haven't had a chance to look into them. I will leave my findings for another post but for now, I have great news for people getting started with Streams. IBM began open-sourcing their Streams toolkits. Here's the announcement and links for those interested. The other most awesome news as far as I'm concerned is that IBM Streams is now able to run within a YARN application. I mean, with Apache Slider project announcement recently this would've been a natural thing but I'm glad IBM released it even before any work on Slider was done and Streams is compatible with Hadoop 2.2. This is definitely a step in the right direction if Streams wants a piece of Storm's marketshare. I am genuinely excited about the news. On a side note, I'm going to the NYC Storm user group's next meeting with the author of a new book on Storm, are you?


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