Master Real-time Data Processing with Lambda Architecture

A Quick Overview

Are you curious about how big data is processed and analyzed efficiently?  Introducing Lambda Architecture- the foundation for managing and computing vast amounts of data in real-time and historical data

The Three Layers of Lambda Architecture

With its three layers - Batch layer, Serving layer, and Speed layer - this architecture provides a comprehensive solution for computation and data processing.

1. Batch Layer:  The backbone of Lambda Architecture  This layer processes large amounts of historical data & stores it in a durable & scalable manner. Also, uses technologies like Apache Hadoop to ensure reliability & efficiency in data processing.

2. Speed Layer: Where Data Meets Action This layer is responsible for handling real-time data and making it available to the serving layer. It uses stream processing technology to index incoming data and reduce latency.

3. Serving Layer: Real-Time Data Processing  This layer indexes the batch view and speed layer data to provide real-time query capabilities. It leverages stream processing software like Apache Storm to index incoming data & reduces latency.

Check out the inner workings of this revolutionary solution and understand its capabilities in ensuring reliability and resilience.

How Does Lambda Architecture Work?

1. No software management  2. Scalability  3. Built-in fault tolerance  4. Business agility   Want to explore its disadvantages?

Advantages of Lambda Architecture

1. Photo-sharing applications  2. Data analysis using DynamoDB.   Discover the full potential of this solution.

Typical Lambda Applications

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