Top 3 Reasons Why Kafka + SQL is an Amazing Combination

The combination of Kafka and SQL can be a game-changer for your business. It simplifies streaming deployments, accelerates streaming app time-to-market, and helps you to unlock increased value from your Kafka deployment.

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Normalizing JSON Data in Kafka Topics? SQLStreamBuilder Input Transforms to the Rescue

Input filters allow you to write a javascript function that operates on each message after it’s consumed from Kafka (or any other source) but before you write SQL against it.

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Javascript Functions in Flink with SQLStreamBuilder

Javascript Functions allow you to create arbitrary functions and call them directly from SQL. You con’t need to restart your system, stop your cluster, or compile/recompile anything. Just specify a function and get to business.

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Joining Kafka Streams Using SQL to Enrich and Route Data

Joins are an important and powerful part of the SQL language. You can perform joins in SQLStreamBuilder to enrich data and create net new streams of useful data.

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SQLStreamBuilder October Feature Update

Our mission has remained clear—to build the best way to create, manage stream processing jobs using SQL, so you can work with your Kafka clusters, databases, and processing logic like the databases you know.

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SQLStreamBuilder Feature Update

I thought I would share a couple of improvements and features we recently added to SQLStreamBuilder. If you aren’t familiar, SQLStreamBuilder allows you to run Streaming SQL jobs against streams of data—initially on Kafka.

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Introducing SQLStreamBuilder

Today, we are launching SQLStreamBuilder (SSB): an interface to declare stream processing jobs using SQL. SQLStreamBuilder provides a powerful interface for writing SQL as well as managing SQL jobs.

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