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If you are in Berlin next week, please join us! We are ready to meet at ApacheCon!! (The registration desk will be left open for us - you are free to attend the meetup even if you are not an ApacheCon attendee) We are bringing the worlds of Cassandra and Kafka together for this meetup and have 2 great talks from 2 awesome speakers! ** There is going to be a Cassandra Certification giveaway (normally worth over 300 Euros). You need to attend to be in with a chance of winning! ** -------------- When: Wednesday 23 October @ 6:15pm Where: Maschinenhaus Berlin (ApacheCon) ✅Agenda 6:15pm-6.30pm - Registration and refreshments 6:30pm-7:00pm - Aleks Volochnev, DataStax 7:00-7:30pm - Mirko Kämpf, Confluent 7:30pm-8:15pm - Discussion and networking --------------- 🗣️ Talk 1: Cassandra 4.0 - Aleks Volochnev, DataStax "A new major version of the distributed database Apache Cassandra brings a lot of new features. We will talk about all the main improvements like Virtual Tables, Transient Replication, Audit and Full-Query Logging. Want to know why Netflix Cloud Architects already plan to upgrade to the new release? Let’s run a live demo for the Zero Copy Streaming and you’ll see!" After many years in software development as a Developer, Technical Lead, DevOps Engineer and Architect, Aleks focused himself on distributed applications and cloud architecture. Working as a Developer Advocate at DataStax, he shares his knowledge and expertise in the field of microservices, disaster tolerant systems and hybrid platforms. Twitter : @HadesArchitect --------------- 🗣️Talk 2: TBC - Mirko Kämpf, Confluent Mirko Kämpf is a Solutions Architect at Confluent. Previously he worked as a solutions architect for Cloudera, and as a technical trainer at Cloudera University, where he gained vast experience on the Hadoop and Spark ecosystem, as well as in cloud-based data management with modern architectures to support the data driven businesses. Most recently, Mirko has dedicated his time to improving a methodology to generate time series episodes and correlation graphs from event-streams. This work is related to the emerging data economy which has to adopt its data consumption patterns to highly dynamic data providers which allow access to more and more sources in a meaningful way. Mirko has authored several technology related blogs about his time series and graph processing at scale at the Cloudera engineering blog. He has given talks at GraphConnect London, Strata London and Strata New York in the last two years. He also organized and delivered hands-on workshops for developers and data scientists covering event based data analysis at scale for the GridKA-Summerschool at KIT Karlsruhe over 5 years. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking for his family and friends – especially smoked food – and sailing. Twitter: @semanpix LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/kamir --------------- Thank you to ApacheCon for hosting us for this event - again, the registration desk will be left open for us - you are free to attend the meetup even if you are not an ApacheCon attendee.