This tutorial is meant to go through all questions the software engineers might encounter during the work with BitSwan Analyzers and Matrices. There is a description of the initialization, parameters to tune, typical usage patterns and recommendations for optimization.
Published on August 20, 2019
We've just launched new features: Google Drive Sink, Tableau Sink, KafkaSink, analyzers and lookup refactoring, LatchAnalyzer etc.
Published on July 31, 2019
The BitSwan pump (“BSPump) is not only a fast and scalable stream analyzer, it also allows software engineers to parse, transform, enrich and route events to different destinations based on a value of some attribute contained within an event. This article presents an example how this functionality can be achieved with Kafka as the output system.
Published on July 17, 2019
We've just launched new features: KafkaKeyFilter filtering over multiple keys, PostgreSQL sink and connection, Mongo query in LatchProcessor, Idle time in File sources, TimeDriftFilter etc.
Published on June 30, 2019
We've just launched new features: Out-of-band module, File Source Encoding, Kafka key support in KafkaSink, KafkaMultiSink, matrices etc. Enjoy and provide us with your feedback.
Published on May 30, 2019
We've just launched new features: SMTPSink, GeoAnalyzer, Content Filter, MySQLSink bulk operations, Code documentation, BSKibana index patterns name fix. Enjoy and provide us with your feed back.
Published on April 30, 2019
We've just launched new features: Jupyter server in BitSwan ecosystem, First implementation of pipeline builder, BlankApp for Telco, Open ID connectivity, MySQL Transaction / Binary log, Session Analyzer to hold session data for a specified time, Throttles are now listed when accessing pipelines via REST call, TimeDriftAnalyzer sends fixed zero metrics when there is no history, Kibana Object Library support in bskibana tool. Enjoy and provide us with your feed back.
Published on March 11, 2019
The following article serves as an introduction for software engineers, who are getting familiar with the BitSwan data pump (“BSPump”), which is used for real-time stream analytic tasks. It briefly reflects the first lesson of the BitSwan training program that is focused on making experts in the area of real-time stream analysis and BitSwan.
Published on March 09, 2019
BitSwan for Telco - pitch deck
Published on January 20, 2018