Ververica, a pioneer and innovator of real-time enterprise stream processing and analytics, announced that Ververica Cloud, a high-performance cloud-native service for real-time data processing, has entered its public beta phase. The release enables developers to effortlessly embark on real-time data processing and take advantage of its powerful capabilities.
Ververica Cloud Beta is a ready-to-use cloud platform with no complex infrastructure set-up. Developers can just log in and build their streaming applications. With Ververica Cloud Beta, developers can easily deploy and manage their data streaming applications on the cloud, and take advantage of the scalability, flexibility, and cost efficiency that cloud deployment offers. Ververica Cloud is based on Apache Flink, an open-source engine that has become an industry standard for stream processing.
During the public beta phase, Ververica Cloud is completely free to use. While it is currently suited for development and testing, new features and updates are being supervised throughout the phase to ensure it’s ready for production use.
Ververica empowers organisations to fully realise the value of their data through stream processing technologies. Ververica’s product offerings for enterprise enable an integrated solution for real-time data insights at scale, driven through the platform of choice; on-prem (Ververica Platform) or cloud-native (Ververica Cloud).
An established pioneer and innovator in the industry (founded by the original creators of open-source ‘Apache Flink®’), Ververica and its entities continue to be the core committers to the growth of Apache Flink®. This is driven through application development and commitment to providing the leading conference for the stream processing community ‘Flink Forward’ in three flagship regions globally.
As one of the largest production users and biggest contributors to Apache Flink, Alibaba Cloud has been in close collaboration with the Ververica team to make contributions to the open source community over the past years.