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From Palle <pa...@sport.dk>
Subject Re: Visualize result of Flink job
Date Mon, 30 May 2016 08:00:31 GMT
OK, I found product that seems to be what I am looking for: Apache Zeppelin. I will have a
look into that one. If anyone can point me to an example (Git) outputting data from Flink
to the Zeppelin Notebook I would be happy.


----- Original meddelelse -----
> Fra: Palle <palle@sport.dk>
> Til: user@flink.apache.org
> Dato: Man, 30. maj 2016 08:20
> Emne: Re: Visualize result of Flink job
> 
> I know exactly what to visualize. As I wrote, it is the latest
> result of the Flink job I would like to visualize. There is no need
> to use elastic to find it first.
> 
> The data I have is of such a  nature that  they every 10 seconds
> could be written into a file, meaning that the file at all times
> would contain the most recent results (at latest 10 seconds old). I
> am not interested in the history, and therefore I should think
> elastic is not the best fit. So my question is if anyone knows of a
> component (Apache or other) that can make the visualization a little
> nicer than just the file :-)
> 
> 
> ----- Original meddelelse -----
> > Fra: Kanstantsin Kamkou <kkamkou@gmail.com>
> > Til: user@flink.apache.org
> > Dato: Søn, 29. maj 2016 22:42
> > Emne: Re: Visualize result of Flink job
> > 
> > >  I am thinking it may not be the best fit, because Elastic is by
> > nature a search engine that is good for trending and stuff like
> that
> > - not entire replacement of the current view.
> > Why u think that the elasticsearch is not the right tool? To
> > visualise
> > something u have to find what to visualise  first, right?
> > 
> > 
> > On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 8:20 PM, Palle <palle@sport.dk> wrote:
> > > Hi there
> > >
> > > I am using Flink to analyse a lot of incoming data. Every 10
> > seconds it makes sense to present the analysis so far as some form
> > of visualization. Every 10 seconds I therefore will replace the
> > current contents of the visualization/presentation with the
> analysis
> > result of the most recent 10 seconds.
> > >
> > > I was first thinking of using ElasticSearch/Kibana for this
> > because I know it should be easy to set up, but I am thinking it
> may
> > not be the best fit, because Elastic is by nature a search engine
> > that is good for trending and stuff like that - not entire
> > replacement of the current view. And therefore I may also
> experience
> > difficulties implementing the view in Elastic.
> > >
> > > Does anyone know of any other visualization tools that work well
> > with Flink? ...where it is easy to export the result of a Flink
> job
> > to a user interface (web).
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > > Palle
> 


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