New and engaging digital experiences are essential for interacting with clients. Responding to events in real time might be key to new revenue. IBM Events Streams, built on Apache Kafka, helps you create event-driven applications quickly and efficiently.
Event Streams is also able to connect natively to your MQ network, helping you unlock events from your backend systems and use them to provide context for new applications.
This session provides an overview of Kafka and introduces IBM Event Streams, including deployment, geo-replication for disaster recovery, and connectivity to IBM MQ.
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Andrew Dunnings is a Software Developer in the IBM Event Streams team based in the UK. Andrew joined IBM as a graduate in 2017 and has developed expertise in running Apache Kafka on Kubernetes through his work on IBM Event Streams. He has experience introducing IBM customers to Apache Kafka and is keen to share his knowledge of both Kafka and Kubernetes with the community.