What we're about

Technology platforms let us solve cool and wicked problems while standing on the shoulders of others. This meetup is for those Platform Engineers that love to design, discuss, probe and evangelise the platform technologies and scaled approaches that have helped them make a difference.

This meetup will cover a huge breadth of technology, by doers and for doers, so that we may all learn from each other.

We welcome and celebrate all people working in tech, across every race, ethnicity, country of origin, sexual orientation, visible and invisible ability – we only ask that you have a curious and open mind, and a desire to continuously push and learn!

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PLEASE REGISTER HERE TO ATTEND: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/tech-n0vember-platform-engineers-sydney-petechtalk-tickets-77076948227 Session 1 Unboxing Open Banking and Open Data By giving customers control over their banking data, and the ability to share it with third parties, Open Banking will transform banking in Australia. Consumer Data Rights and by extension Open banking is designed to give consumers more control over their information. But let’s not forget - “With great power comes great responsibility”, especially around Risk, SLA, Metrics etc. This session will cover the standards for Open Banking Apis as highlighted by the Consumer Data Standards . We will also unfold how Blockchain can be used to capture User’s consents and store them in a ledger. Last but not the least Developers and Architects can also learn how they can leverage Cloud Native technologies to design a scalable Open Data Platform tailoring the needs of Open Banking. Speaker: Sauhrab Sehgal, Software Engineer | Deloitte Platform Engineering Speaker: Jason Howard | Lead Platform Engineer | Deloitte Platform Engineering Session 2 Developing Streaming Applications with Kafka and Confluent KSQL KSQL is a SQL streaming engine for Apache Kafka, and enables the creation of stream processing applications at scale, written using a familiar SQL interface. In this talk we'll look at how stream processing applications can be built and deployed with minimal application programming, enabling real-time event-processing and handling. Speaker: Brett Randall, Systems Engineer, Confluent Bio: Brett Randall is a Systems Engineer with Confluent in Sydney, Australia. He helps organisations develop their Event Streaming strategy and implementations across the APAC region. Brett has a background in big and fast-data development, open source, machine-learning and cloud-first development. AGENDA: 5.30 PM - 6.00 PM | Pizza & Craft beer! 6.00 PM - 6.40 PM | Session[masked] PM - 7.20 PM | Session[masked] PM - 7.30 PM | Q&A & Wrap up Share your thoughts and pictures using: #PEtechtalk

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