Confluent Platform and Pivotal
Build, Run and Manage a Modern Microservice Architecture
The combination of Confluent’s event streaming platform and Pivotal Platform delivers a flexible but powerful solution which allows developers to Build, Run and Manage a modern microservice architecture. Pivotal Platform and Spring’s industry leading development tools combined with Confluent Platform, the complete event streaming platform for Apache Kafka® deliver the premier modern environment for microservices and contextual event driven applications, delivering a simplified operational environment that enables developer velocity, agility, and innovation.
Why Pivotal and Confluent Platform?
Event Driven Microservices Development Velocity
The Spring projects make it easy to develop production-ready applications and microservices using Confluent as the event streaming platform
Deploying Confluent Platform on Pivotal Container Services (PKS) gives you have the freedom to run your applications and Confluent Platform on any (public or private) cloud without modification and delivering freedom of choice.
Robust Management of Applications and Kafka At Scale
Automate provisioning of Confluent Platform on Kubernetes in minutes and scale as needed with Confluent Operator running on Pivotal Platform.
Exceptional end-user experiences
Using Pivotal Platform, your application operations can provide a seamless end user experience you patch, update or upgrade your apps, Kafka clusters, and the platform itself.
Confluent and Pivotal Integration
Confluent and Pivotal deliver the premier modern environment for microservices and contextual event driven applications.
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