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We are excited to announce the Cloud Partnership of Ververica and StreamNative. This is fantastic news for both the Apache Flink and Apache Pulsar communities as it means a closer collaboration and integration between these two industry-leading technologies.

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Why Ververica + StreamNative?

Ververica is an integrated platform for stateful stream processing and streaming analytics with Open Source Apache Flink. Ververica and Apache Flink are leveraged by top companies around the world to build streaming processing applications. 

Use cases include building real-time ETL pipelines to provide business insights; anomaly detection for banking, manufacturing, and IoT; real-time monitoring for core business applications, and data application development. 

StreamNative Cloud, powered by Apache Pulsar, provides a turnkey solution to help organizations make the transition to cloud native, event-driven architectures. It enables developers to focus on building resilient, scalable applications quickly, freeing teams from the day-to-day management of messaging and event storage infrastructure. 

Companies look to StreamNative and Apache Pulsar to build the critical infrastructure to support both mission critical application services as well as high throughput, low latency, data streaming applications.

 

Flink + Pulsar

As the volume and range of data grows, companies are increasingly adopting Apache Flink and Apache Pulsar to build unified batch and streaming applications. These unified applications make it simpler to build solutions that leverage data in real-time. 

Apache Pulsar provides the fundamental real-time data serving and storage ability while Apache Flink provides the critical computing ability for both streaming and batch use cases. Leveraged together, these technologies provide an integrated data processing platform which covers a broad range of use cases across industries. 

The high demand for Pulsar and Flink prompted the two communities to create the Pulsar Flink connector. The Pulsar Flink connector provides elastic data processing with Apache Pulsar and Apache Flink, allowing Apache Flink to read/write data from/to Apache Pulsar.

 

Learn More About Flink + Pulsar

If you’re interested to learn more about Flink and Pulsar, we’d like to invite you to an upcoming Apache Flink x Pulsar Virtual Meetup taking place March 16 & 17, 2021. Join us for this two-day event sponsored by Uber, Ververica, and StreamNative

 

 

About Ververica

Ververica was founded by the original creators of Apache Flink® with the mission of enabling business in real-time. It provides Ververica Platform, a turnkey solution that operationalizes years of experience working with Flink users to accelerate the journey of enterprises to stream processing adoption.



About StreamNative

Founded by the original developers of Apache Pulsar and Apache BookKeeper, StreamNative provides StreamNative Cloud, offering Apache Pulsar as a Service. The company also supports on-premise Pulsar deployments and related commercial support. StreamNative Cloud provides a scalable, resilient, and secure messaging and event streaming platform for enterprise.

 

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