Join your peers and Confluent experts in San Francisco on September 26, 2019, to hear about Lyft’s overlay-free Kubernetes networking driver and how they use it to keep performance on par with non-Kubernetes clusters
Getting Kafka running on Kubernetes is only step one of a journey to create a production-ready Kafka cluster. This talk walks through the other steps: 1) Monitoring and remediating faults. 2) Updates to Kubernetes nodes for clusters not using shared storage. 3) Automating Kafka updates and restarts. Lyft presents how to create fault-tolerant Kafka clusters on Kubernetes without sacrificing availability, durability, or latency. Learn about Lyft’s overlay-free Kubernetes networking driver and how they use it to keep performance on par with non-Kubernetes clusters.
Founded by the original creators of Apache Kafka®, Confluent provides the industry’s only enterprise-ready event streaming platform, with solutions focused on solving key initiatives around application and microservices integrations, stream processing, real-time data pipelines, real-time monitoring and multi-cloud streaming. Confluent’s solutions have helped organizations including Centene, Ticketmaster, Lyft, JPMorgan Chase, RBC and Dominos Pizza to adopt this event streaming paradigm shift with the ease-of-use, scalability, security and flexibility required to run their business in real time.
Space is limited, so register today!
Thursday, September 26, 2019
4:30 pm-6:30 pm PT
524 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
4:30-4:45 pm – Arrivals, Appetizers & Cocktails
4:45-4:50 pm – Welcome & Intros
4:50-5:15 pm – Modernizing Your Application Architecture with Event Streaming
5:15-5:45 pm – Customer User Case by Lyft
5:45-6:15 pm – Panel Discussion
6:15-6:30 pm – Q&A & Next Steps
Devendra Tagare, Engineering Manager, Streaming Platforms, Lyft
Raj Sagiraju, Systems Engineer, Confluent