Come to this session and join in the discussion to see an overview of how a Streaming Platform enables fully-connected hybrid cloud environments via continuous real-time data movement and processing across on-prem data sources and a wide variety of cloud services on Microsoft Azure as well as an extensive demo of how to implement such integration pipe-lines.
- Brief overview of Hybrid Cloud Architecture
- Brief overview of Streaming Integration
- Demo: Real-time data integration and in-flight processing from on-prem databases to Microsoft Azure Ecosystem
- Q&A / Close
Hybrid cloud architectures are becoming increasingly commonplace as organizations move critical applications and systems to the cloud, while maintaining some existing systems in-house. Without having reliable operational data in the public cloud, businesses cannot use the cloud environment to support their core business functions.
Streaming data integration, continuously collecting and moving data while processing it in-stream from on-premises systems to cloud environments and back, is integral for hybrid cloud success.
Speaker Bio: Trevor Kaplan
Trevor Started his professional career as a Rotational Engineer. He was able to work in the areas of Security and Databases. He gained additional expertise and knowledge by creating data parsers, ETL flows, Data Modeling, and Data Warehousing. From there moved into the business intelligence space. Most recently, Trevor was a principal Solution Architect at Qlik where he would help assist customers and prospects learn the Qlik platform. Currently, Trevor helps Azure (or GCP) clients realize the value of real time streaming data integration as a Sales Engineer at Striim and enjoys sharing his hands-on experience with fellow technical professionals.