KSQL: Streaming SQL For Kafka

Neha Narkhende announces KSQL:

I’m really excited to announce KSQL, a streaming SQL engine for Apache KafkaTM. KSQL lowers the entry bar to the world of stream processing, providing a simple and completely interactive SQL interface for processing data in Kafka. You no longer need to write code in a programming language such as Java or Python! KSQL is open-source (Apache 2.0 licensed), distributed, scalable, reliable, and real-time. It supports a wide range of powerful stream processing operations including aggregations, joins, windowing, sessionization, and much more.

Feasel’s Law wins again.  The syntax looks pretty similar to Spark Streaming and Stream Analytics, so if you get those, you’ll get this.

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