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Data In Motion in the Insurance Industry

Join Kai Waehner, Field CTO and Global Technology Advisor at Confluent to learn more about “Data In Motion in the Insurance Industry” with use cases and local experts on hand to answer your questions on Thursday April 15th 12pm SGT, 2pm AEST.
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    Kai Waehner, Global Technology Advisor
    The manufacturing industry must process billions of events per day in real-time and ensure consistent and reliable data processing and correlation across machines, sensors, and standard software such as MES, ERP, PLM and CRM. Deployments must run in hybrid architectures in factories and across the globe in cloud infrastructures. Mission-critical and secure 24/7 operations on 365 days a year is normality and a key requirement.

    Join us to learn how real-time data with Apache Kafka and Confluent Cloud provides a scalable, reliable, and efficient infrastructure to make manufacturing companies more innovative and successful in automotive, aerospace, semiconductors, chemical, food, and other industries.

    The session will discuss use cases and architectures for various scenarios, including:
    - 10,000 Feet View – Event Streaming for Industry 4.0
    - Track&Trace / Production Control / Plant Logistics
    - Quality Assurance / Yield Management & Predictive Maintenance
    - Supply Chain Management
    - Cybersecurity
    - Servitization using Digital Twins
    - Additive Manufacturing
    - Augmented Reality
  • Modernising Change For Speed and Scale with Confluent and Kong May 25 2021 12:00 am UTC 45 mins
    Goran Stankovski
    Delivering new products and services at speed and scale continues to present the greatest opportunity - yet greatest challenge - to most organisations. Especially as business and consumer expectations continue to grow exponentially.

    Modern applications and platforms espouse the benefits of simplification, scale, and improved cost efficiencies, but often organisations face the challenge in managing significant increases in change volume and the associated cost of this change.

    Modern platforms such as Confluent and Kong provide many benefits to organisations individually, but together they form a unique capability offering as enablers of change, empowering organisations to supercharge their ability to deliver, set data in motion and manage change at scale.

    Please join us 10am - 10:45am on May 25th for this introductory talk (30 minute + 15 min Q&A) where LimePoint, Kong and Confluent will explore how modern applications and platforms are deployed, consumed, and managed.

    Come along and learn how platforms like Confluent and Kong, when used together, are enablers of change, empowering organisations to deliver new products and services at speed.

    Our Partners
    Confluent - The platform to set data in motion
    Kong - Service Connectivity for Modern Architectures
    You can register free of charge here. We look forward to welcoming you.
  • Accelerate your Kafka Adoption (India) May 18 2021 6:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Aster Lee / Rana Banerji / Kel Graham / Thompas Trepper
    Kafka is crucial for any organization that benefits from real-time data. Kafka is fast, reliable, fault tolerant, and durable, modernizing architectures for new use cases large and small. From performant, scalable streaming data pipelines and message brokering, to event streaming, IoT data integration, and microservices communication, there are countless benefits across every industry.

    Attend this one hour talk to uncover how you can accelerate your Kafka adoption and drive faster time to value. Learn how you can overcome the most common challenges, how you can access best practises throughout your engagements and tools and reach self-sufficiency faster.

    Agenda :

    Welcome and Introduction - Aster Lee, Professional Services and Customer Success Director, APAC , Confluent

    Keynote : Accelerating your Kafka Adoption - Kel Graham, Senior Solutions Architect, APAC, Confluent

    Top 3 Customer Use Cases of Accelerated Kafka Adoption - Rana Banerji, Sales Director, APAC, Confluent

    Overview of Professional Services and Education - Aster Lee and Thomas Trepper

    Question & Answer
  • Accelerate your Kafka Adoption May 18 2021 1:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Aster Lee / Rana Banerji / Kel Graham / Mario Sanchez
    Kafka is crucial for any organization that benefits from real-time data. Kafka is fast, reliable, fault tolerant, and durable, modernizing architectures for new use cases large and small. From performant, scalable streaming data pipelines and message brokering, to event streaming, IoT data integration, and microservices communication, there are countless benefits across every industry.

    Attend this one hour talk to uncover how you can accelerate your Kafka adoption and drive faster time to value. Learn how you can overcome the most common challenges, how you can access best practises throughout your engagements and tools and reach self-sufficiency faster.

    Agenda :

    Welcome and Introduction - Aster Lee, Professional Services and Customer Success Director, APAC , Confluent

    Keynote : Accelerating your Kafka Adoption - Kel Graham, Senior Solutions Architect, APAC, Confluent

    Top 3 Customer Use Cases of Accelerated Kafka Adoption - Rana Banerji, Sales Director, APAC, Confluent

    Overview of Professional Services and Education - Aster Lee and Mario Sanchez, Head of Education Services

    Question & Answer
  • Data In Motion in the Insurance Industry May 12 2021 2:00 pm UTC 18 mins
    Kai Waehner / Brett Randall
    Join Kai Waehner, Field CTO and Global Technology Advisor at Confluent to learn more about “Data In Motion in the Insurance Industry” with use cases and local experts on hand to answer your questions on Thursday April 15th 12pm SGT, 2pm AEST.
  • Apache Kafka® Use Cases for Financial Services May 12 2021 9:15 am UTC 62 mins
    Tom Green, Senior Solutions Architect, Confluent.
    Traditional systems were designed in an era that predates large-scale distributed systems. These systems often lack the ability to scale to meet the needs of the modern data-driven organisation. Adding to this is the accumulation of technologies and the explosion of data which can result in complex point-to-point integrations where data becomes siloed or separated across the enterprise.



    The demand for fast results and decision making, have generated the need for real-time event streaming and processing of data adoption in financial institutions to be on the competitive edge. Apache Kafka and the Confluent Platform are designed to solve the problems associated with traditional systems and provide a modern, distributed architecture and Real-time Data streaming capability. In addition these technologies open up a range of use cases for Financial Services organisations, many of which will be explored in this talk. .



    By attending this talk you will develop a new understanding of:



    •How Apache Kafka enables a 360 view of the customer

    •How to provide a back bone for distribution of trade data

    •How Kafka and Confluent Platform enable you to meet regulatory requirements for trade information, payments, liquidity

    •How to overcome security concerns with SIEM

    •How to integrate mainframe data with event streaming and the cloud

    •How to reduce fraud with real-time fraud processing, fraud analytics and fraud notifications.

    •How to Develop and enhance microservices.
  • Cloud & Data in Motion May 12 2021 2:00 am UTC 45 mins
    Damien Wong, VP Asia Pacific, Confluent “Powering Data in Motion”
    Data in motion is at the centre of the next major wave of technology innovation companies are undergoing.

    Customer expectations have been set by tech upstarts that have built on modern platforms and are racing to get to scale. To fend off these disruptors, businesses in every industry are racing to rebuild their businesses on a modern software platform.

    The critical applications in a modern software-defined business are about delivering end-to-end digital customer experiences, and fully integrated real-time operations. These systems must cut across infrastructure silos and continually react, respond, and adapt to an ever evolving business in real-time.

    To accomplish this we need data infrastructure that supports collecting a continuous flow of data from across the company and building applications that process and react to that flow of data in real-time. In other words, as a company increasingly becomes software-defined, it needs a data platform built for data in motion.

    Please join this session with Damien Wong, VP Asia Pacific, Confluent, to learn how Data in motion is the central nervous system for today’s enterprises and is powering the shift to real time. He will also share vertical industry use cases.

    Data in motion is the future of data.
  • Apache Kafka Architectures and Fundamentals Recorded: May 4 2021 37 mins
    Henrik Janzon, Solutions Engineer
    Apache Kafka is a community distributed event streaming platform capable of handling trillions of events a day. Initially conceived as a messaging queue, Kafka is based on an abstraction of a distributed commit log. Since being created and open sourced by LinkedIn in 2011, Kafka has quickly evolved from messaging queue to a full-fledged event streaming platform.



    In this session Martijn Kieboom, Senior Solutions Engineer at Confluent, explains Apache Kafka’s internal design and architecture. by attending you will learn why companies like LinkedIn, ING, Dominos Pizza, Nordea, & Royal Bank of Canada are now sending trillions of messages per day to Apache Kafka. In addition you will come to understand the underlying design in Kafka that leads to such high throughput.



    This talk provides a comprehensive overview of Kafka architecture and internal functions, including:



    •Topics, partitions and segments
    •The commit log and streams
    •Brokers and broker replication
    •Producer basics
    •Consumers, consumer groups and offset
  • Journey to Event-driven Architecture Recorded: Apr 28 2021 61 mins
    Naveen Nandan, Solutions Engineer, Confluent Asia Pacific
    The world is changing. New problems need to be solved. Companies now run global businesses that span the globe and hop between clouds, breaking down silos to create seamless applications that connect the organisation. There is a continuous state of change that organisations must manage and innovate with.

    Traditional architectures simply cannot meet the challenges of real time and extreme scale. Today, we are addressing these new, rising needs through microservices, IoT, cloud, machine learning and more. At some point it becomes obvious that we need to go back to basics, back to first principles of system design, and start again.

    The common element of all these new world problems is that they revolve around the notion of events. These events drive actions and reactions, and transform between different streams, splitting, merging and evolving like the pathways of your brain.

    To understand the importance of being event driven, we’ll examine why events have become so pivotal in our thinking today. We will then evaluate the qualities and how events have become a first-class concern for the modern organisation, as awareness of events underpins event-first thinking and design. In this discussion we we will examine:

    History of “events” – Why do they matter?
    -Adoption journey of the “event”
    -Considerations of the event-driven architecture
    -Transitioning to event-first thinking
    -Event-first versus event-command patterns for event-driven design
    -Event-command pattern
    -Benefits of the event-first approach
  • Flattening the Curve with Kafka Recorded: Apr 22 2021 29 mins
    Rishi Tarar, Northrop Grumman Corp
    Responding to a global pandemic presents a unique set of technical and public health challenges. The real challenge is the ability to gather data coming in via many data streams in variety of formats influences the real-world outcome and impacts everyone.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CELR (COVID Electronic Lab Reporting) program was established to rapidly aggregate, validate, transform, and distribute laboratory testing data submitted by public health departments and other partners. Confluent Kafka with KStreams and Connect play a critical role in program objectives to:

    o Track the threat of COVID-19 virus

    o Provide comprehensive data for local, state, and federal response

    o Better understand locations with an increase in incidence
  • Modernising Data Pipelines with Confluent and MongoDB Recorded: Apr 21 2021 61 mins
    Guru Sattanathan and Noble Raveendran
    Confluent and MongoDB invite you for a session of education and conversation around today's modern data pipeline and how to set data in motion:


    Join us on April 21st to learn how you can effectively bring real-time data from across the enterprise to a database that can serve your APIs, services, and queries - resulting in faster data access and accelerated app development for a better customer experience.

    In this 45 minute online session, we’ll cover:

    Customer challenges
    Modern architecture with MongoDB
    Confluent: the platform to set data in motion
    MongoDB connector for Apache Kafka
    Fleet management demo

    We’ll then have 15 minutes for Q&A with our experts.

    Timezones:
    9:30am Mumbai
    12pm Singapore / Hong Kong
    2pm Sydney
    4pm Auckland


    Don’t miss this opportunity to hear customer stories from our experts. Reserve your spot today!
  • The New Cyber: Faster, Better, Cheaper Recorded: Apr 20 2021 29 mins
    Johnny Varley, Central Government Solutions Engineer at Confluent
    Government agencies face the need to augment traditional SIEM systems and to do so in a manner that is better, faster and cheaper than before. This need for SIEM augmentation is driven by three factors - threat, scale, and cost. In addition most agencies now realise that they want to be more independent from cloud and SIEM vendors, so having a way to bring on new analytic destinations, including modern SIEMs, is an emerging requirement.



    Confluent enables you to bridge the gap between old-school SIEM solutions and next-gen offerings by consolidating, categorising and enriching event logs, network data and log data generated by all relevant data sources for the purpose of real-time monitoring and security forensics.



    Join the Confluent team for this online talk in which you will learn:

    1. The top enterprise SIEM challenges facing government agencies
    2. The value of augmenting your SIEM with Confluent
    3. An overview of the Confluent solution and how it works
    4. Customer use cases and examples
    5. An integration example with Splunk
    6. The role Kafka plays in all of this
  • Data In Motion in the Insurance Industry Recorded: Apr 15 2021 19 mins
    Kai Waehner / Brett Randall
    Join Kai Waehner, Field CTO and Global Technology Advisor at Confluent to learn more about “Data In Motion in the Insurance Industry” with use cases and local experts on hand to answer your questions on Thursday April 15th 12pm SGT, 2pm AEST.
  • Confluent’s Premium Connector Spotlight: Oracle CDC Source Recorded: Apr 14 2021 32 mins
    Nathan Nam, Senior Product Manager, Connectors Nam, Senior Product Manager, Connectors
    One of the most common relational database systems needing to connect to Kafka is Oracle, which holds highly critical enterprise transaction workloads. While Oracle excels at storing data, it struggles to implement continuous real-time syncs to other data warehouses. Change Data Capture (CDC) seeks to solve this challenge by efficiently identifying and capturing data that has been added to, updated, or removed from Oracle relational tables. It then makes this change data available to the rest of the organization. Most enterprises seek to utilize this change data to enhance their real-time use cases, which requires bridging legacy systems to their modern data systems and applications through Kafka.

    However, sending Oracle CDC data to Kafka adds additional complexity for development teams, as few tools exist in the market today to address this need. Confluent’s new Oracle CDC Source Connector, the first of Confluent’s Premium Connectors, allows customers to reliably, and cost-effectively implement continuous real-time syncs by offloading data from Oracle Database to Confluent.

    In this webinar, you will learn how to:

    1. Jumpstart technical uses cases by leveraging a pre-built connector that has enterprises features and functionality ready out-of-the-box
    2. Reliably and quickly connect your Oracle database to Kafka and other modern data systems by leveraging 120+ pre-built connectors
    3. Quickly scale horizontally without taking on additional licensing costs with Oracle CDC Source Connector’s native Kafka connectivity
  • Building an Event Driven Global Data Fabric with Apache Kafka Recorded: Apr 13 2021 58 mins
    Will LaForest, CTO Confluent Public Sector
    Agencies are grappling with a growing challenge of distributing data across a geographically diverse set of locations around the US and globally. In order to ensure mission success, data needs to flow to all of these locations rapidly. Additionally, latency, bandwidth and reliability of communication can prove to be a challenge for agencies. A global data fabric is an emerging approach to help connect mission to data across multiple locations and deliver uniformity and consistency at scale.

    This webinar will cover:

    An overview of Apache Kafka and and how an event streaming platform can support your agencies mission

    Considerations around handling varying quality communication links
    Synchronous vs asynchronous data replication
    New multi-region capabilities in Confluent Platform for Global Data Fabric
  • Bringing Industry Machine Learning to Government with Apache Kafka Recorded: Mar 30 2021 49 mins
    Will LaForest, Public Sector CTO, Confluent
    Apache Kafka® & Machine Learning
    Connecting the Dots from Inception to Production

    Join this session to understand how and why Apache Kafka® has become the de facto standard for reliable and scalable streaming infrastructures. AI/Machine learning and the Apache Kafka ecosystem are a great combination for training, deploying and monitoring analytic models at scale in real time. They are showing up more and more in projects, but still feel like buzzwords and hype for science projects.

    See how to connect the dots!

    - How are Kafka and Machine Learning related?
    - How can they be combined to productionize analytic models in mission-critical and scalable real time applications?
    - We will discuss a step-by-step approach to build a scalable and reliable real time infrastructure for anomaly detection in cyber data
  • Unlock the Valuable Data from Oracle Database with Confluent's Premium Connector Recorded: Mar 30 2021 35 mins
    Suraj Pillai, Senior Solutions Engineer at Confluent
    Oracle might hold the bulk of highly critical enterprise transaction workloads and even act as the main system of record for enterprise data in your organization. But until now, it hasn’t been easy to share the data siloed in Oracle with other systems in order to truly take advantage of it.

    Confluent’s new Oracle CDC Source Connector allows you to reliably and cost-effectively offload data from your Oracle Database to Confluent, greatly reducing net licensing costs you might accrue by using a third-party connector, and freeing up your developers’ time to focus on valuable business-impacting activities, rather than spending cycles building foundational tooling for supporting data-in-motion.

    Curious to hear more? Join us for a Premium Connector Forum on Oracle CDC Source. You’ll learn about:

    Supported features
    Example architecture
    Dependencies and limitations

    Register now for this virtual event !
  • Gaining Control of Hybrid Cloud with Apache Kafka® and Confluent Cloud Recorded: Mar 24 2021 26 mins
    Kai Waehner, Global Technology Advisor
    Kai Waehner from Confluent is your host for a session in which you will learn how you can accelerate your application modernization and benefit from the open source Apache Kafka ecosystem. Waehner will share real customer stories describing timely insights gained from event-driven applications built on an event streaming platform utilizing hybrid architectures with on premise / edge Kafka deployments and Confluent Cloud running on AWS/GCP/Azure, to store and process historical data and real-time data streams.
  • Confluent’s Premium Connector Spotlight: Oracle CDC Source Recorded: Mar 22 2021 33 mins
    Nathan Nam, Senior Product Manager, Connectors Nam, Senior Product Manager, Connectors
    One of the most common relational database systems needing to connect to Kafka is Oracle, which holds highly critical enterprise transaction workloads. While Oracle excels at storing data, it struggles to implement continuous real-time syncs to other data warehouses. Change Data Capture (CDC) seeks to solve this challenge by efficiently identifying and capturing data that has been added to, updated, or removed from Oracle relational tables. It then makes this change data available to the rest of the organization. Most enterprises seek to utilize this change data to enhance their real-time use cases, which requires bridging legacy systems to their modern data systems and applications through Kafka.

    However, sending Oracle CDC data to Kafka adds additional complexity for development teams, as few tools exist in the market today to address this need. Confluent’s new Oracle CDC Source Connector, the first of Confluent’s Premium Connectors, allows customers to reliably, and cost-effectively implement continuous real-time syncs by offloading data from Oracle Database to Confluent.

    In this webinar, you will learn how to:

    1. Jumpstart technical uses cases by leveraging a pre-built connector that has enterprises features and functionality ready out-of-the-box
    2. Reliably and quickly connect your Oracle database to Kafka and other modern data systems by leveraging 120+ pre-built connectors
    3. Quickly scale horizontally without taking on additional licensing costs with Oracle CDC Source Connector’s native Kafka connectivity
  • Applied Apache Kafka for Government: Introduction to Kafka Recorded: Mar 16 2021 55 mins
    Ken McCaleb, Enterprise Data Streaming Solutions Advisor, Confluent
    This is an introduction to Kafka and how government is modernizing systems to meet critical mission requirements using a modern event streaming platform.

    We will explain the origin of Kafka; why it is relevant; provide high level uses case examples of how it is used by the U.S. Government to greatly improve its capabilities to serve its citizens.
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