Hans-Peter Grahsl is a Developer Advocate at Red Hat. He is an open-source community enthusiast and in particular passionate about event-driven architectures, distributed stream processing systems and data engineering. For his code contributions, conference talks and blog post writing at the intersection of the Apache Kafka and MongoDB communities, Hans-Peter received multiple community recognition awards. He is a regular speaker at international tech-related and developer conferences for several years.
Hans-Peter has been mostly active in the Apache Kafka and MongoDB developer communities. He is the original author of several ecosystem community projects such as the Apache Kafka MongoDB Sink Connector, ksqlDB UDFs for date/time handling as well as emoji processing, and the client-side field-level cryptography library Kryptonite for Kafka.