Apache Flink

Daily regression tests running on the following platforms:
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Ampere CIDR1
Oracle OCI A1 Shape1

Ampere Computing's platforms are uniquely designed to meet the needs of the modern cloud native workload. Ampere's CIDR regression infrastructure uses images taken from a variety of sources. In this case, the regression runs in a container. The Flink image is a dockerfile built by Ampere Computing which currently uses Apache Flink version 1.11.4. Results for the test are found below in the Test Results section of this page.

    Ampere Computing's platforms are uniquely designed to meet the needs of the modern cloud native workload. Ampere's CIDR regression infrastructure uses images taken from a variety of sources. In this case, the regression runs in a container. The Flink image is a dockerfile built by Ampere Computing which currently uses Apache Flink version 1.11.4. Results for the test are found below in the Test Results section of this page.

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Apache Flink

Apache Flink is an open-source, unified stream-processing and batch-processing framework developed by the Apache Software Foundation. The core of Apache Flink is a distributed streaming data-flow engine written in Java and Scala. Flink executes arbitrary dataflow programs in a data-parallel and pipeline (hence task parallel) manner. Flink's pipelined runtime system enables the execution of bulk/batch and stream processing programs. Furthermore, Flink's runtime supports the execution of iterative algorithms natively.


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