Event-Driven Microservices with Apache Kafka® and Confluent

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Tim Berglund, Senior. Director, Developer Advocacy, Confluent.

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Join Tim Berglund, Senior. Director, Developer Advocacy at Confluent, for an online talk exploring event-driven microservices with Apache Kafka® and Confluent. Microservices are an architectural pattern that structures an application as a collection of small, loosely coupled services that operate together to achieve a common goal. Because they work independently, they can be added, removed, or upgraded without interfering with other applications. While there are numerous benefits to microservices architecture, like easier deployment and testing, improved productivity, flexibility, and scalability, they also pose a few disadvantages, as independently-run microservices require a seamless method of communication to operate as one larger application. Event-driven microservices allow for real-time microservices communication, enabling data to be consumed in the form of events before they’re even requested. Register today for this online talk to learn how to evolve into event-driven microservices with Apache Kafka®.
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