Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM Online event

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6:00pm-6:10pm: Online Networking
6:10pm-6:50pm: Simon Aubury, Confluent (Q&A as well)

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Speaker: Simon Aubury

Talk: Mistakes - I've made a few. Blunders in event-driven architecture

Building systems around an event-driven architecture is a powerful pattern for creating awesome data intensive applications. Apache Kafka simplifies scalability and provides an event-driven backbone for service architectures. But what can go wrong? Let me share some of my own blunders and lessons learnt in building event driven architecture so you don't have to repeat my mistakes.

Bio: Simon Aubury is a Principal Data Engineer at ThoughtWorks. He loves building enterprise streaming applications and has worked on Kafka platforms for banks, insurance & real-time vehicle tracking.


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•Please unmute yourself when you have a question.
•Please hold your questions until the end of the presentation or use the zoomchat!
•Please arrive on time as zoom meetings can become locked for many reasons (though if you get locked out a recording will be available, but you may have to wait a little while for it!


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