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Kafka Summit SF 2019

September 30 - October 1, 2019 | San Francisco

Konstantine Karantasis

Software Engineer, Confluent

Konstantine Karantasis is a software engineer at Confluent. He’s a main contributor to Apache Kafka and its Connect API, and he’s an author of widely used software, such as Confluent’s S3 and Replicator connectors, class loading isolation in Kafka Connect, Incremental Cooperative Rebalancing in Kafka, Confluent CLI and more. Previously, he built scalable open source web services at Yahoo! and researched high-performance computing at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Konstantine holds a Ph.D. from the University of Patras.


Why Stop the World When you Can Change it? Design and Implementation of Incremental Cooperative Rebalancing

Since its initial release, the Kafka group membership protocol has offered Connect, Streams and Consumer applications an ingenious and robust way to balance resources among distributed processes. The process of rebalancing, as it’s widely known, allows Kafka APIs to define an embedded protocol for load balancing within the group membership ... Read More

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