When interacting with analytics dashboards in order to achieve a smooth user experience, two major key requirements are sub-second response time and data freshness. Cluster computing frameworks such as Hadoop or Hive/Hbase work well for storing large volumes of data, although they are not optimized for ingesting streaming data and making it available for queries in realtime. Also, long query latencies make these systems sub-optimal choices for powering interactive dashboards and BI use-cases.
In this talk we will present Druid as a complementary solution to existing hadoop based technologies. Druid is an open-source analytics data store, designed from scratch, for OLAP and business intelligence queries over massive data streams. It provides low latency realtime data ingestion and fast sub-second adhoc flexible data exploration queries.
Many large companies are switching to Druid for analytics, and we will cover how druid is able to handle massive data streams and why it is a good fit for BI use cases.
1) Introduction and Ideal Use cases for Druid
2) Data Architecture
3) Streaming Ingestion with Kafka
4) Demo using Druid, Kafka and Superset.
5) Recent Improvements in Druid moving from lambda architecture to Exactly once Ingestion
6) Future Work