For organizations considering real-time replication of streaming data or change data capture (CDC) projects, we look forward to being part of the upcoming webinar "The Why and How of Streaming-First Data Architectures", presented by The Bloor Group. At the end of the webinar, you will have a clear understanding of:
Day and Time: Wednesday, Apr 22, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT (2:00 PM - 3:00 PM PDT)
We live in an event-driven world. Amazon one clicks, machinery gear turns, social media interactions, and myriad other digital events stream off all types of devices, creating business opportunities that demand fast attention.
Streaming-first data architectures enable organizations to capture short-lived business value from these events by processing and analyzing event data as it is created and before it is stored. Organizations build streaming-first architectures to enable real-time decision making, reduce cost, increase scale and accelerate applications. But challenges abound. Data teams must carefully scope their use cases, select the right technologies, and streamline processes while still integrating heterogeneous endpoints.
About Kevin Petrie - VP of Research, Eckerson Group
Kevin's passion is to decipher what technology means to business leaders and practitioners. He has invested 25 years in technology, as an industry analyst, writer, instructor, product marketer, and services leader. A frequent public speaker and accomplished writer, Kevin has a decade of experience in data management and analytics. He launched, built and led a profitable data services team for EMC Pivotal in the Americas and EMEA, implementing data warehouse and data lake platforms for Fortune 2000 enterprises. More recently he ran field training at the data integration software provider Attunity, now part of Qlik.
About Nir Livneh, Founder & CEO, Equalum
Nir is a thought leader with over 20 years of experience in Big Data architecture and performance. He led product management at Quest Software (Acquired by Dell) for all Big Data products. Nir also led Big Data architecture projects at the Israeli Military Intelligence unit (Equivalent to NSA). He is currently a member of the Forbes Technology Council.