data Artisans, founded by the creators of Apache Flink, has introduced dA Platform 2, a new release of its enterprise stream processing platform. Featuring the Application Manager, dA Platform 2 aims to productionize stream processing and enable companies to provide real-time data applications as a centralized enterprise service.
Apache Flink is a system for processing streams of data at massive scale, providing a rich API, stateful event-at-a-time processing, low-latency and high-throughput performance. According to data Artisans, analysts are predicting that the streaming analytics market will reach $13.7 billion by 2021, as companies across industries are adopting streaming data applications for fraud detection, sales and marketing management, predictive asset maintenance, risk management, and operations management, among other use cases. Because Apache Flink processes data in real-time and can be applied to unbounded datasets, it is emerging as the stream processing engine of choice for streaming data applications.
New to dA Platform 2 is the Application Manager, which supports the process of deploying and maintaining real-time streaming applications in production, reducing the time-to-market and personnel required for businesses to realize value from streaming.
The new release integrates with an organization’s existing streaming data sources, developer workflows, service deployment architecture, including container platforms such as Kubernetes; as well as logging and metrics infrastructure to be the focal point of all streaming data processing applications.
dA Platform 2 is available now through an early access program. Backed by Intel Capital, b-to-v Partners, and Tengelmann Ventures, data Artisans is based in Berlin, Germany with an office in San Francisco, Calif. For more information, go to data Artisans.