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Late data in Apache Beam

Data, especially in streaming applications, can very often arrive on late to the processing pipeline. Despite of that, Apache Beam is able to handle this case pretty easily thanks to watermark mechanism. Continue Reading →

Windows in Apache Beam

As mentioned in one of the first posts about Apache Beam, the concept of window is a key element in its data processing logic. Even for bounded data a default window called global is defined. For the unbounded one the variety of windows is much bigger. Continue Reading →