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A sister Meetup group in Chicago is holding this event. This is still a tricky time for public gatherings, but Future of Data is committed to providing great tech content & facilitating discussions in the streaming data space. Therefore, this will be an exclusively online event that will be held in the Central Daylight Time (CDT) zone. We thought this meetup might be of interest to our membership (you are welcome to sign up for it here).
Solving the "first mile" of the data pipeline problem can accelerate analytics
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Wednesday, May 12,[masked]:00 PM CDT
This meetup is for technical and leadership audiences who want to learn how modernizing a data pipeline can transform their business.
Enterprises today deploy many types of stream processing and analysis applications to satisfy their business needs. Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a specific kind of enterprise application maintained to assist cybersecurity teams looking through billions of events to detect and prevent fraud and cyber attacks. Behind all of these applications are data pipelines used to collect, curate, and distribute data to support analytics.
In this meetup, Gal Shpantzer, a vCISO and Data Pipeline Architect, and Laura Chu, Senior Product Marketing Manager for Cloudera DataFlow, will discuss how he employed Apache MiNiFi, NiFi, and Kafka as the basis for a new data pipeline that transformed a Fortune 500 company's analytics strategy.
At the meetup we will discuss:
- Initial data pipeline challenges at the Fortune 500 company
- Key components of the data pipeline solution: Apache MiNiFi, NiFi, and Kafka
- Business value added by using this solution for streaming data pipelines
About the Speaker
Gal Shpantzer is an independent security professional working in the information security field since 2000. Since 2014, Gal has focused on threats to availability such as ransomware and destructive attacks. Gal brought this approach to his client, a Fortune 100 company’s security team, from concept to full implementation, using open-source tools such as MiniFi, NiFi, Kafka and Spark, enabling a petabyte data lake serving on-prem and multi-cloud sources, and multiple analytical tools, from cloud-native storage to commercial SIEM.
About the Host
Laura Chu is a tech marketeer over the last 10 years positioning and selling event-driven analytics at SAP in industries for Utilities, Retail, Transportation, and Manufacturing. She has extensive experience positioning modern analytics and AI for IoT, Network Analytics, Infrastructure Analytics, Regulatory Compliance, and Cybersecurity solutions at Pentaho, Hitachi Vantara, and Pure Storage.