Join Kris Jenkins and guests from the community as they discuss the latest Apache Kafka® news, use cases, and trends spanning the topics of data streaming, microservices, modern IT architectures, and the cloud.
Tim Berglund chats with Systems Engineer Pascal Vantrepote about the KSQL recipe he created based on a real-life customer use case in the financial services industry. They also discuss the advantages of KSQL, including no Java coding required.
Gwen Shapira speaks with Konstantine Karantasis, software engineer at Confluent, about the latest improvements to Kafka Connect and how to run the Confluent CLI on Windows.
Neil Avery explores the intersection between FaaS and event streaming applications, the pros and cons of FaaS, important considerations when building streaming applications and five rules that will help you understand how FaaS fits with the event streaming application.
Tim Berglund hosts Developer Advocate Ricardo Ferreira to discuss the concept of infrastructure as code, as well as the differences between Terraform, Ansible, Puppet and Chef.
Gwen asks: What happens when garbage collection causes Kafka to pause? And how do we run a Schema Registry cluster? We’ll find out in this episode of Ask Confluent.
Kris Jenkins is a senior developer advocate for Confluent, a veteran contractor, and former CTO and co-founder of a gold-trading business. He's especially interested in software design, functional programming, real-time systems, and electronic music.
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