Stream processing gained a lot of traction in recent times and more often than not, we find Apache Kafka - the de facto standard event streaming platform - as the central nervous system of company-wide data architectures. This notwithstanding, many real-world uses cases simply need operational data stores as complementary components to live up to various application-related requirements and challenges. Join this session to learn about how Kafka Connect enables robust integration paths between both worlds. The focus lies on configuration-based data-in-motion scenarios leveraging turn-key ready connector implementations in order to lay out streaming data pipelines without writing a single line of code.
Hans-Peter Grahsl is working as a technical trainer at NETCONOMY in Graz, Austria. As an independent engineer & consultant he is working with customers to build on-premise or cloud-based data architectures using NoSQL data stores and event streaming platforms such as Apache Kafka. Hans-Peter is also an associate lecturer for Software Engineering at CAMPUS 02 and occasionally speaks at developer conferences.
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