September 18, thursday, 9h AM PST
Google is working to provide a new service called Google Cloud Dataflow. It will enable large scale processing of realt-time streaming data, like tweets, activities or events. It may be offered integrated with other Google Cloud services, like Cloud Storage, Big Query and Pub/Sub.
Eric Schmidt, Solutions Architect at Google, will present Google Cloud Dataflow and share how he analyzed the sentiment of millions of tweets streaming real-time from the World Cup in order to track fan response to events happening on the field. He'll show how he calculated average sentiment per team and per match, correlated sentiment with keywords of turning points in the games, and tied it all together with a timeline visualization that lets you track how global fans feel throughout the match.
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