The Apache Flink® Conference
Stream Processing | Event Driven | Real Time
San Francisco April 9–10, 2018
Over 109 million subscribers are enjoying more than 125 million hours of TV shows and movies per day on Netflix. This leads to massive amount of data flowing through our data ingestion pipeline to improve service and user experience. They are powering various data analytic cases like personalization, operational insight, fraud detection. At the heart of this massive data ingestion pipeline is a self-serve stream processing platform that processes 3 trillion events and 12 PB of data every day. We have recently migrated this stream processing platform from Samza to Flink. In this talk, we will share the challenges and issues that we run into when running Flink at scale in cloud. We will dive deep into the troubleshooting techniques and lessons learned.
Steven Wu is a software engineer at Netflix. He is working on real-time data infrastructure that powers massive data ingestion pipeline and stream processing . Previously he was working on cloud platform that builds the foundation of Netflix’s cloud-native microservice architecture. He is passionate about building scalable distributed system and empowering people with data.