Establishing an event streaming platform on the AWS cloud

 

Apache Kafka is a distributed event streaming platform capable of handling trillions of events per day. It is extremely popular among developers due to its ease of pick up and its APIs helping build data-driven apps and managing complex back-end systems simple.


However it is also very well-known fact that setting up, scaling and managing Kafka clusters in production can be extremely challenging and difficult. It requires entirely dedicated and skilled resources along with time to manage the infrastructure manually.


This is where Amazon Managed Streaming for Kafka (MSK) can do the heavy lifting for you. It is a fully-managed service to run streaming applications on Apache Kafka without you having to have the expertise in managing Kafka infrastructure and operations.


Join us in this joint webinar with AWS and Cambridge Technology to learn about Apache Kafka and a fully managed Kafka service called Amazon MSK.

You’ll hear about:

  • What is event streaming and Apache Kafka
  • Challenges of Self-Managed Kafka
  • Overview of Amazon MSK
  • Features and Benefits of Amazon MSK
  • Case Study of Kafka
  • Migration and Support plan on Amazon MSK
Presenters
Padmanava Debnath

Director Technology, Cambridge Technology Inc.

Ajit Singh

Sr. Worldwide Business Development Manager – Data Streaming Services, AWS







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