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5 Reasons to use Kafka In the Cloud

27th September 2017 in London at CodeNode

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Kafka comes with some unique tools for managing data, services and scale. In this talk Ben will share with you five of the most important elements that make Kafka perfect for cloud based applications. You will learn how to get to applications into the cloud, managing data across geographically distributed services, handling applications in an unreliable environment, staying cloud neutral and finally Ben will have a look at Confluent's hosting offering which takes all of the complexity away.

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5 Reasons to use Kafka In the Cloud

Ben Stopford

Ben Stopford is a specialist in data technologies. He’s worked in Finance, at Thoughtworks and is now at Confluent. His experience cover a variety of fields including online trading, retail, High Performance Computing and building the central data platform for a large investment bank. He writes at http://benstopford.com.

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Kafka comes with some unique tools for managing data, services and scale. In this talk Ben will share with you five of the most important elements that make Kafka perfect for cloud based applications. You will learn how to get to applications into the cloud, managing data across geographically distributed services, handling applications in an unreliable environment, staying cloud neutral and finally Ben will have a look at Confluent's hosting offering which takes all of the complexity away.

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5 Reasons to use Kafka In the Cloud

Ben Stopford

Ben Stopford is a specialist in data technologies. He’s worked in Finance, at Thoughtworks and is now at Confluent. His experience cover a variety of fields including online trading, retail, High Performance Computing and building the central data platform for a large investment bank. He writes at http://benstopford.com.

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