David Worms

About David Worms

Passionate with programming, data and entrepreneurship, I participate in shaping Adaltas to be a team of talented engineers to share our skills and experiences.

Node.js CSV version 4 – re-writing and performance

Today, we release a new major version of the Node.js CSV parser project. Version 4 is a complete re-writing of the project focusing on performance. It also comes with new functionalities as well as some cleanup in the option properties and the exported information. The official website is updated and the changelog contains the list [...]

By |2018-11-19T10:53:34+00:00November 19th, 2018|Categories: Node.js|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Managing User Identities on Big Data Clusters

Securing a Big Data Cluster involves integrating or deploying specific services to store users. Some users are cluster-specific when others are available across all clusters. It is not always easy to understand how these different services fit together and whether they should be shared across multiple clusters. Also, which strategy to choose and what are [...]

By |2018-11-08T11:15:29+00:00November 8th, 2018|Categories: Big Data, Cyber Security|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

One week to discuss technology in a Moroccan riad

Adaltas organise the year its first conference between the 22 and 26 of October. On the agenda of these 5 days of conference: discuss technology in one of the most beautiful riad of Marrakech. Mix the useful with the pleasant, learn and share the feet in the swimming pool. The rule is simple, each participant [...]

By |2018-10-14T12:18:40+00:00October 11th, 2018|Categories: Adalas Summit 2018|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Deploying a secured Flink cluster on Kubernetes

When deploying secured Flink applications inside Kubernetes, you are faced with two choices. Assuming your Kubernetes is secure, you may rely on the underlying platform or rely on Flink native solutions to secure your application from the inside. Note, those two solutions are not mutually exclusive. […]

By |2018-10-09T11:25:29+00:00October 8th, 2018|Categories: Big Data, Cyber Security|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Data Lake ingestion best practices

Creating a Data Lake requires rigor and experience. Here are some good practices around data ingestion both for batch and stream architectures that we recommend and implement with our customers. […]

By |2018-06-18T09:29:50+00:00June 18th, 2018|Categories: Data Engineering, DevOps|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

DataWorks Summit 2018: A few days speaking Hadoop

The Adaltas crew went to the DataWorks Summit 2018 held in Berlin on the 18th and 19th of April 2018. On this occasion, we compiled a series of articles about the conferences that have marked us most. […]

By |2018-06-05T22:36:32+00:00June 5th, 2018|Categories: DataWorks Summit 2018|Tags: , |0 Comments

Essential questions about Time Series

Today, the bulk of Big Data is temporal. We see it in the media and among our customers: smart meters, banking transactions, smart factories, connected vehicles … IoT and Big Data go hand in hand. […]

By |2018-06-05T22:36:40+00:00March 19th, 2018|Categories: Big Data, Data Engineering|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Notes after Katacoda Training on Kubernetes Container Orchestration

A few weeks ago, I dedicated two days to follow the turorials available on Katacoda, the interactive learning platform for Kubernetes or any other container orchestration platform. I’m sharing my notes which I happen to use regularly as a cheat sheet. […]

By |2018-06-05T22:36:42+00:00December 14th, 2017|Categories: Container|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Open Source Summit 2017 – a week in Pragues

The Adaltas crew went to the Open Source Summit 2017 as well as the Mesos Summit 2017 held in Pragues about 3 weeks back. On this occasion, we compiled a series of articles about the conferences that have marked us most. Over the 3-day period of the Open Source Summit, there is no doubt [...]

By |2018-06-05T22:36:44+00:00November 23rd, 2017|Categories: Events|0 Comments

Micro Services

Back in the days, applications were monolithic and we could use an IP address to access a service. With virtual machines (VM), multiple hosts started to appear on the same machine with multiple apps. Things were still similar with VMs and physical machines as services were still accessible from an IP. With MicroServices, things changed [...]

By |2018-06-05T22:36:46+00:00November 14th, 2017|Categories: Open Source Summit Europe 2017|0 Comments