New applications join the platform to get access to those data streams, and bring with them their own streams. Streams bring applications, which in turn bring more streams.
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The core idea is that an event stream can be treated as a record of what has happened, and any system or application can tap into this in real time to react, respond, or process the data stream. This has very significant implications. Internally, companies are often a spaghetti-mess of interconnected systems, with each application jury-rigged to every other.
This is an incredibly costly, slow approach. Event streams offer an alternative: there can be a central platform supporting real-time processing, querying, and computation. Each application publishes the streams related to its part of the business and relies on other streams, in a fully decoupled manner. In driving interconnection, the event streaming platform acts as the central nervous system for the emerging software-defined company. We can think of the individual, disconnected UI-centric applications as a kind of single-celled organism of the software world.
A multicell animal has a nervous system that coordinates all the individual cells into a single entity that can respond, plan, and act instantaneously to whatever it experiences in any of its constituent parts. A digital company needs a software equivalent to this nervous system that connects all its systems, applications, and processes.
This is what makes us believe this emerging event streaming platform will be the single most strategic data platform in a modern company. That is insufficient for the current state, let alone the emerging trends. What is needed is a real-time data platform that incorporates the full storage and query processing capabilities of a database into a modern, horizontally scalable, data platform.
And the needs for this platform are more than just simply reading and writing to these streams of events. An event stream is not just a transient, lossy spray of data about the things happening now—it is the full, reliable, persistent record of what has happened in the business going from past to present.
Combining the storage and processing capabilities of a database with real-time data might seem a bit odd. If we think of a database as a kind of container that holds a pile of passive data, then event streams might seem quite far from the domain of databases. But the idea of stream processing turns this on its head.
This leads to a fundamentally different framing of what a database can be. In a traditional database, the data sits passively and waits for an application or person to issue queries that are responded to. In stream processing, this is inverted: the data is a continuous, active stream of events, fed to passive queries that simply react and process that stream.
In some ways databases already exhibited this duality of tables and streams of events in their internal design if not their external features. Most databases are built around a commit log that acts as a persistent stream of the data modification events. This log is usually nothing more than an implementation detail in traditional databases, not accessible to queries. However in the event streaming world the log needs to become a first-class citizen along with the tables it populates.
The case for integrating these two things is based on more than database internals, though. Applications are fundamentally about reacting to events that occur in the world using data stored in tables.
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In our retail example, a sale event impacts the inventory on hand state in a database table , which impacts the need to reorder another event! Whole business processes can form from these daisy chains of application and database interactions, creating new events while also changing the state of the world at the same time reducing stock counts, updating balances, etc. Traditional databases only supported half of this problem and left the other half embedded in application code.
Modern stream processing systems like KSQL are bringing these abstractions together to start to complete what a database needs to do across both events and traditional tables of stored data, but the unification of events with database is a movement that is just beginning. The founders and a number of its early employees have been working on this project since even before the company was born.
Our approach to building this platform is from the bottom up. We started by helping to make the core of Kafka reliably store, read, and write event streams at massive scale. Then we moved up the stack to connectors and KSQL to make using event streams easy and approachable, which we think is critical to building a new mainstream development paradigm.
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