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October 31, 2022
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The Stream — October 2022 edition

The October 2022 edition of The Stream: covering this month in stream processing on the internet.

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Why IoT projects fail — and what you can do differently to succeed

Research shows nearly 60% of all IoT projects fail. There are clear commonalities between the projects which don't make production. We outline the 5 core reasons why.

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Evolution of Streaming Pipelines at Lyft

The journey of evolving Lyft's streaming platform to better scale and support new use cases.

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Get more from IIoT with streaming data integrations

How stream processing can help integrate multiple streams of data and use that data to coordinate action across various devices.

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Apache Kafka: Past, Present, Future

Jun Rao's keynote address from Confluent's flagship event "Current".

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More insights

  • "Sh*t in, sh*t out" and why feature engineering is the ultimate differentiator for VCs. Read more
  • The latest release of Flink is out in the wild. Read the release notes.
  • Grab share their experience designing a distributed data platform. Read more
  • Understanding Batch vs Streaming Data Processing As Enterprises go Real Time. Read more

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