You’re interested in the latest and greatest on Apache Flink® and are keen to make an impact behind the scenes at this exciting conference?
Then join us at the first Flink Forward in San Francisco and become a volunteer. It’s a unique opportunity to participate in the premier conference on Apache Flink®. Volunteers will be responsible for various conference duties such as accreditation and stage management.
Last month, software engineer Scott Kidder (@hexdumpster) of Mux published a popular post on his company’s blog titled “Discovering Anomalies in Real-Time with Apache Flink”. The post covered Mux’s process for adding anomaly-detection alerting to its product, starting with evaluating different streaming frameworks through to which Apache Flink® operators are used in the application.
We proudly present our second keynote speaker for Flink Forward San Francisco: Monal Daxini, Engineering Leader at Netflix.
Monal Daxini is a seasoned engineering leader; currently responsible for managing Stream Processing cloud infrastructure for business insights at Netflix. He has worked on Netflix’s Cassandra & Dynamite infrastructure, and was instrumental in developing the first cloud compute infrastructure for encoding Netflix content.
We are thrilled to announce one of our keynote speakers for the first San Francisco edition of Flink Forward: Chinmay Soman.
We’ve extended the Call for Submissions deadline for Flink Forward San Francisco until Sunday, January 22!
If you haven’t submitted already, please consider doing so. Speaking at Flink Forward San Francisco is a great way to build your personal and company brands, and if selected you will receive a complimentary full conference pass!
We welcome submissions on everything Flink-related, including experiences with using Flink, products based on Flink, technical talks on extending Flink, as well as connecting Flink with other open source or proprietary software.
We are thrilled to announce the first Flink Forward San Francisco on April 10-11, 2017 at Hotel Kabuki, in the center of Japantown in San Francisco. In this first edition of Flink Forward San Francisco, we are looking to connect with the already thriving Flink community in the Bay Area and beyond.
Flink Forward is a special time of year in not only Berlin, but also Mountain View, California. At Google we’ve long been fans of the Flink project and advancing stream processing in general.