5. Analytics over Terabytes of Data at Twitter using Apache Druid

April 13, 2020

MoPub, a Twitter company, provides monetization solutions for mobile app publishers and developers around the globe. MoPub receives over 33 Billion ad requests per day generating over 200TB of raw logs every day. We built MoPub Analytics as the analytics platform, using Druid + Imply for our end users who are publishers, demand side partners and Internal users.

We will talk about the architecture of the analytics platform, our Druid cluster setup, hardware choices, monitoring, use cases, limiting factors, challenges with lookups and solutions we used.

1. Apache Druid Vision and Roadmap

April 17, 2020

Gian Merlino, Apache Druid PMC Chair, offers his reflections on the Druid journey to date, plus describes his vision for what Druid will become.

2. Automating CI/CD for Druid Clusters at Athena Health

April 16, 2020

Athena Health is creating a new performance management application for its clients. One of its key components is Apache Druid.

3. Apache Druid for Anti-Money Laundering (AML) at DBS Bank

April 15, 2020

The DBS compliance team uses Druid to help with anti-money laundering (AML) , allowing them to explore anomalies and apply machine learning.

4. How Apache Druid Powers Real-Time Analytics at BT

April 14, 2020

BT discusses their Apache Druid journey, which started in early 2019 when they asked Imply to help us with an in-house Network Performance Management project

5. Analytics over Terabytes of Data at Twitter using Apache Druid

April 13, 2020

Twitter discusses the architecture of their analytics platform, Apache Druid cluster setup, hardware choices, monitoring and use cases.

6. Using Druid for Network Monitoring and Trust Analytics at Cisco

April 12, 2020

Cisco covers experiences and insights on how they deploy, monitor, and integrate Apache Druid with their applications.

7. Apache Druid Fireside Chat (Ask Us Anything)

April 11, 2020

The world’s most adept Apache Druid experts take any and all questions.