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Securing Kafka at scale for multiple tenants is complex and doing it wrong could cost thousands of euros per minute in downtime and increases the risk of data breaches. The more data and applications a platform can access, the more protection is needed to keep that data safe. How to make Event Streaming secure for multiple tenants? Join our talk to explore new capabilities that protect event data from threats and vulnerabilities across the entire Kafka ecosystem. Our session will be about Confluent Kafka as a secure internal multi-tenant service. The presenters will explore two aspects: Ralf Nellessen will show goals and implementation characteristics of End-to-End Encryption. Ramesh Jogula will demonstrate how Kafka Connect can be run using GitOps as part of a service. The following questions will structure the discussion: How did we include additional features like Large Message Handling and End-to-End Encryption in our Kafka implementation? How do we practically configure Kafka Connect for GitOps deployments?
Target Audience: IT-Projektmanager, Software-Architekten, Software-Entwickler, Business Development, Produktmanager
From personalised instantaneous marketing campaigns to reacting to user interactions, Real-Time is the key to open up a world of use cases that batch and scheduled processing cannot efficiently satisfy. In this talk, we are going to observe the natural journey companies undertake to become real-time, the possibilities it opens for them, and the challenges they will face. We will see it’s not just about setting up Kafka, but about how you approach the journey to become event-driven.
Target Audience: Software-Architekten, IT-Projektmanager, Produktmanager, Business Development