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A programmable network allows you to execute functions on your data while it is in-transit between devices, in realtime, over a network. And to execute that specific function, you don't have…

A programmable network allows you to execute functions on your data while it is in-transit between devices, in realtime, over a network. And to execute that specific function, you don’t have to add additional servers for the stream processing – it all takes place while your data is in-motion.

As a result, you can weave business logic directly into your app. In his talk below from Steam Conf 2016, Jasdeep Jaitla, Senior Solutions Architect at PubNub walks through implementing and running a programmable network, and how you can get started.

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