Apache Pulsar 2.0 Brings Enterprise-Class Scale and Speed to Streaming Data Processing

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A new press release states, “Streamlio, the intelligent platform for fast data, today announced availability of Apache Pulsar 2.0, a significant new release of the streaming messaging solution at the core of the Streamlio platform. Building on the proven Apache Pulsar foundation, this release adds new capabilities to Apache Pulsar that support easy development and deployment of modern data-driven applications and demonstrates the maturity and enterprise-class capabilities of Pulsar. They also continue to advance the performance, scalability and durability advantages of Pulsar compared to older messaging platforms such as Apache Kafka, as demonstrated by the real-world OpenMessaging benchmark.”

The release continues, “Messaging solutions for streaming data are a critical and central component of software infrastructure for modern digital companies, providing the glue that connects diverse data with users and applications. Applications in financial services, IoT, advertising, retail, security, fraud prevention, real-time analytics, machine learning and other fast-data scenarios have demonstrated the value of processing data as it arrives rather than waiting on batch processing pipelines. Today’s fast evolving and massively scalable data-driven applications require performance and durability at scale without operational burdens. Apache Pulsar 2.0 is the first platform to meet these twin enterprise performance and functionality demands.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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