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10 Principles for Streaming Services

10 Principles for Streaming Services

Streaming data has become an essential component for businesses to thrive in the digital age.

To be able to seamlessly stream data, companies must follow the right practices and make use of the right tools.

Here are 10 principles to follow for streaming services:

 

#1. Pick topics with business significance and use sensible keys

#2. Decouple publishers from subscribers by avoiding Request Responses

#3. Apply the Inverse Conway Maneuver

#4. Apply the single writer principle

#5. Keep data sets ‘alive’ within the broker

#6. Use the log to event source

#7. Prefer stream processing over maintaining historic views

#8. Use historical views when appropriate

#9. Use schemas, especially if data is retained

#10. Consider stream management services

These 10 principles will help to ensure your streaming services are both efficient and effective.

It is helpful to ensure these types of considerations are made while drafting the strategy so that you can stream data without interruption. These principles support an environment that is both capable and highly adaptable to a rapidly changing business and technology reality.

If you want to know more about best practices for streaming services, click the link below for more information.


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