The Death of Batch?

Forbes recently spoke to Hazelcast about the future of enterprise applications. “Where data exists in environments and sits in applications, databases, web services and other entities that move back and forth, its non real-time status is typically denoted by the fact that it has to be compiled, parsed, managed, saved and so processed in batches at the end of the day, or some other defined period. This is why real-time advocates are fond of talking about the so-called ‘end, or death of batch’ era today. When and where data moves in real-time streams, there is enough computing capacity and crucial enabling real-time software engine intelligence to make a human user perceive that a process has happened instantaneously.” Modern Decision Microservices are frequently used to process real-time streams. Link

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