The PASS Hybrid VG aims to cover all technologies and solutions that may be integrated with (or used alongside) the MS Technology stack, in order to complement or improve existing solutions.

Building a Lambda Architecture On Azure

Building a Lambda Architecture On Azure

The Lambda Architecture defines a robust framework for ingesting streams of fast data while providing efficient real-time and historical analytics. This approach to architecture attempts to balance latency, throughput, and fault-tolerance by using batch processing to provide comprehensive and accurate views of batch data, while simultaneously using real-time stream processing to provide views of on-line data. In this session I will look at the three layers of the Lambda Architecture 1. The Batch Layer 2. The Speed Layer 3. The Serving Layer We'll look at how to build out a Lambda Architecture in the Microsoft Azure cloud.


Allan Mitchell

Allan Mitchell is a SQL Server MVP and runs elastio, a small consultancy helping customers to make informed decisions about their data storage and integration. His focus is on enterprise search as well as real-time data integration.

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