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Lambda Architectures & Streaming Data Processing with MongoDB
System architects must often to choose between two different application designs, batch and real-time. Batch systems are required for off-line analytics and reconciliation, but can't achieve real-time query performance. Real time systems provide blinding performance, but are dangerously vulnerable to bugs and are hard to modify as requirements evolve. Lambda Architectures are a composite of batch and real-time systems where each layer mutually addresses the shortcomings of the other. Reprocessing capabilities in the batch layer assures fault-tolerance and the real-time layer provides performance. We'll use MongoDB to build a robust and performant lambda architecture and avoid the pitfalls that can thwart these systems. Presented by Bryan Reinero, Product Manager, MongoDB
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