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Kafka Summit SF 2019

September 30 - October 1, 2019 | San Francisco

Michael Noll

Technologist, Office of the CTO, Confluent

Michael Noll is a technologist in the Office of the CTO at Confluent and the former product manager for Kafka’s Streams API and KSQL. Previously Michael was the technical lead of the big data platform of .COM/.NET DNS operator Verisign, where he grew the Hadoop, Kafka, and Storm based infrastructure from zero to petabyte-sized production clusters spanning multiple data centers – one of the largest big data infrastructures operated from Europe at the time. He is a known tech blogger in the Big Data community (www.michael-noll.com) and a committer/contributor to Apache projects such as Storm and Kafka.


Kafka 102: Streams and Tables All the Way Down

Streams and Tables are the foundation of event streaming with Kafka, and they power nearly every conceivable use case, from payment processing to change data capture, from streaming ETL to real-time alerting for connected cars, and even the lowly WordCount example. Tables are something that most of us are familiar ... Read More

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