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Campus LL - Auditorium

Kafka 101

From Kafka fundamentals like architecture and partitioning to hands-on building of your first Kafka app in under 10 minutes, this event offers a crash course for beginners and advanced users alike. Join us and be part of the real-time data revolution

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Kafka 101
Kafka 101

Time & Location

Apr 01, 2024, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Campus LL - Auditorium, Yunitsman 5 St, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

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About the event

Unlock the Power of Real-Time Data Streams with Confluent Cloud & Kafka 101

What will Confluent experts cover in this session:

1. Introduction

2. Hands-On: Your 1st Kafka Application in 10 Min

3. Topics

4. Partitioning

5. Hands-On: Partitioning

6. Brokers

7. Replication

8. Producers

9. Consumers

10. Hands-On: Consumers

11. Ecosystem

12. Kafka Connect

13. Hands-on: Kafka Connect

14. Confluent Schema Registry

15. Hands-On: Confluent Schema Registry

16. Kafka Streams

17. KsqlDB

18. Hands-On: KsqlDB

19. Flink

20. Hands-On: Flink

In this session, we’ll discuss the world of Apache Kafka.

Here’s a sneak peek of what we’ve got in store for you:

**Kafka Fundamentals:** Understand the core principles and architecture that make Kafka the backbone of real-time analytics and event-driven architectures.

**Confluent Cloud in Action:** Experience how Confluent Cloud, a fully managed Kafka service, simplifies operations and accelerates time-to-value by allowing you to focus on building revolutionary applications.

**Confluent Expert Insights:** Learn from seasoned experts who have architected and implemented Kafka at scale, and get your burning questions answered.

This session is more than just an introduction; it's a gateway to transforming how Wix processes, analyzes, and leverages real-time data. Whether you’re a seasoned engineer or a data analyst keen on expanding your toolkit, this session will equip you with the knowledge and skills to explore new horizons in data streaming.

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