Meetup #2 | Kafka & it's friends

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Puzzle ITC

Belpstrasse 37 · Bern

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Am 20. Juni findet das 2. Meetup unserer Messaging & Streaming Community statt.

Programm:
* Türöffnung @ Puzzle ITC um 17.15h
* Start der Talks um 17:30h (sharp!)
* Danach Apéro gesponsert von SPOUD.io (ca. 19.00 bis 22.00h)

*TALKS*

*Intro*
by Patrick Bönzli (@boenzlip), CEO at SPOUD.io

*Talk 1 - Showcase: Kafka Word Cloud*
by Thomas Selber (@selberthomas) und Ramon Spahr, Kafka-Engineers bei Puzzle ITC (Talk in German)

Abstract:
Anhand eines visuellen Kafka-Showcases zeigen Thomas Selber und Ramon Spahr von Puzzle ITC eine live-Datenverarbeitung mittels `Connect-` und `Streams-` API auf Basis eines open-Source Ökosystems für Kafka. Dabei gehen die beiden auf einige interessante Spezifika zur Implementierung und aufgetretene Probleme ein.

Bio:
Thomas Selber und Ramon Spahr sind beide Teil des Kafka-Engineering Teams bei Puzzle ITC in Bern. Sie unterstützen Enterprise-Kunden in anspruchsvollen Kafka-Projekten wie z.B. dem Aufbau eines neuen Kafka-Clusters auf OpenShift.

*Talk 2 - Deploy and use Apache Kafka on Kubernetes*
by Jakub Scholz (@scholzj) - Talk in English

Abstract:
Apache Kafka is one of the most popular platforms for streaming and messaging. This talk will show how easy it is to deploy and use Apache Kafka on Kubernetes and OpenShift using the open source project called Strimzi. Kubernetes operators provided by Strimzi let users deploy Apache Kafka with just few YAML files. It will also demonstrate how you can easily connect to Kafka and Strimzi from your own applications in a secure fashion using authentication and authorisation. The demo used during this talk will include several applications using different Apache Kafka components such as Kafka Connect or Kafka Streams and demonstrate the architecture patterns commonly used with Apache Kafka.

Bio:
Jakub is a Principal Software Engineer in the Red Hat AMQ Streams engineering team. He has a long-term experience in messaging and lately focuses mainly on Apache Kafka. He is one of the core maintainers of the Strimzi project, which delivers several operators and tools for running Apache Kafka on Kubernetes and OpenShift.

*Lightning-Talks!*