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October 27, 2021
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The Stream — October 2021 edition

The October 2021 edition of The Stream: covering this month in stream processing on the internet.

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Quix offers a pure Python framework for building real-time data pipelines. It's a Kafka client with a stream processing library rolled into one. No JVM, no cross-language debugging—just a simple Pandas-like API for handling streaming data. Deploy in your stack or on Quix Cloud for scalable, stateful, and fault tolerant stream processing.

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Our team has been hard at work through October, partnering with customers to deliver some great new use cases. Watch our blog (or subscribe) as we share more customer stories and in-depth tutorials.

Some of these seem impossible without a massive team of data and infrastructure specialists. Before Quix, that was the challenge for many of our customers. We break down the steps to show you how to deploy a machine learning model to production in as little as 15 minutes. We share architectural diagrams and how we run Quix on Quix to deliver a better pricing model than subscriptions and contracts: usage-based billing.

We’d love to hear from you, our community, on how you’re using Quix — whether for your day job or a passion project. Come on over to Slack to chat with us. And until next month, happy streaming!

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Quix outperforms Spark and Flink in stream processing test

We compared client libraries — find out why Quix delivered 50x greater performance than incumbents.

See the results

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Take Quix for a test drive

See stream processing in action, powered by your mobile device in our no-code game/demo.

Drive the gameo →

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Why is streaming data so hard to handle?

CTO Tomas breaks it down: stream processing is not for the faint of heart or thin of wallet.

But there’s hope →

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Use case: Cybersecurity

How data stream processing, together with machine learning or AI, can be applied to detect cyberthreats in real time.

Stop, thief! →

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