What is Apache NiFi? Apache NiFi is a processing engine that allows you to treat information flow as a series of events.
This article covers some of the most common questions we get about the Apache NiFi. A more complete understanding of NiFi is available in our eBook Apache NiFi for Dummies.
Over the past few years we have seen a rise in cloud native “machine learning” models. These general use models are accessible via API calls and maintained by their respective cloud providers.
Apache NiFi has the ability to control large groups of processors with “Controller Services”.
Apache NiFi’s out of the box functionality can be greatly increased through working with templates. Templates enable flows to be saved, version controlled, and distributed.
Streaming data into a MySQL database for later analysis and review is a common use case. Nifi is able to offer an end to end one stop solution from picking up the data to inserting it into your database.
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Thanks to the data provenance provided by Apache NiFi’s debugging capabilities, you are able to track your Flowfiles within your workflow from start to end.
All data that enters Apache NiFi is represented with an abstraction called a Flowfile. The attribute portion of a Flowfile is better known as the file’s meta data.