Google Launches Cloud Dataflow, A Managed Data Processing Service
Google expanded its Cloud Platform on Wednesday with a new managed service called Cloud Dataflow that allows developers to create data pipelines to help them ingest, transform and — most importantly — analyze data. Developers can use the service to work with streaming real-time data and by uploading batches of data to the system. The company says Dataflow is based on a number of technologies the company has been using internally, including Flume and MillWheel.
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