Apache Flink® — Stateful Computations over Data Streams

All streaming use cases
  • Event-driven Applications
  • Stream & Batch Analytics
  • Data Pipelines & ETL
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Guaranteed correctness
  • Exactly-once state consistency
  • Event-time processing
  • Sophisticated late data handling
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Layered APIs
  • SQL on Stream & Batch Data
  • DataStream API & DataSet API
  • ProcessFunction (Time & State)
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Operational Focus
  • Flexible deployment
  • High-availability setup
  • Savepoints
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Scales to any use case
  • Scale-out architecture
  • Support for very large state
  • Incremental checkpointing
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Excellent Performance
  • Low latency
  • High throughput
  • In-Memory computing
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Implementing a custom source connector for Table API and SQL - Part Two

In part one of this tutorial, you learned how to build a custom source connector for Flink. In part two, you will learn how to integrate the connector with a test email inbox through the IMAP protocol and filter out emails using Flink SQL.

Implementing a Custom Source Connector for Table API and SQL - Part One

Part one of this tutorial will teach you how to build and run a custom source connector to be used with Table API and SQL, two high-level abstractions in Flink. The tutorial comes with a bundled docker-compose setup that lets you easily run the connector. You can then try it out with Flink’s SQL client.

Stateful Functions 3.1.0 Release Announcement

Stateful Functions is a cross-platform stack for building Stateful Serverless applications, making it radically simpler to develop scalable, consistent, and elastic distributed applications. This new release brings various improvements to the StateFun runtime, a leaner way to specify StateFun module components, and a brand new GoLang SDK!

Help us stabilize Apache Flink 1.14.0 RC0

Dear Flink Community,

Apache Flink 1.11.4 Released

The Apache Flink community released the next bugfix version of the Apache Flink 1.11 series.