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Events

7. March 2019, 18:00
InsurLab Germany Campus
Schanzenstr. 6-20, Geb. 3.09
51063 Cologne

Kafka meetup

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Join our startup member freeyou for an Apache Kafka meetup on March 7th from 6:30pm in Cologne.

Agenda:

  • 6:00pm: Doors open 6:00pm
  • 6:30pm: Pizza, Drinks and Networking
  • 6:30pm – 6:40pm: Welcome / Opening
  • 6:40pm – 7:15pm: Fast – Faster – KSQL: Why do we need fast decissions and how do we get them, Dominique Rondé, freeyou AG
  • 7:15pm – 7:50pm: Rene Kerner, codecentric AG
  • 7:50pm – 8:00pm(or later) – Additional Q&A & Networking

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Speaker:
Dominique Rondé – Big Data Pilot

Title:
Fast – Faster – KSQL: Why do we need fast decissions and how do we get them

Bio:
Dominique Rondé is a big data pilot and an employee of the digital insurance startup freeyou. He works with all sorts of technologies around the topic of “big data”. However, most of the “flight hours” he has collected on Confluent Kafka, the HortonWorks suite and DataStax Cassanda. In everyday life, he also deals with the possibilities of statistical analysis – in short, data science. As a true java nerd since 2002, he programs most of the jobs himself and runs them on cloud architectures.

Speaker:
Rene Kerner, codecentric AG

Title:
1-2-3-Replicate! Mirroring data across multiple Kafka clusters

Bio:
René is working as Senior Consultant at codecentric, where his main field is software architecture and engineering. He loves datastores and data streaming with Apache Kafka, Debezium, Change Data Capturing (CDC), Java and Kotlin.
Previously he was known as trivago’s very own software architecture rebel, where he worked on almost every moveable software part in PHP, Java and Kotlin, CI/CD, and hybrid cloud.