We invite you to join Jun Rao, co-founder, Confluent with your NY Metro peers for a private luncheon and Town Hall session on September 24, 2019.
Jun Rao will be providing current updates, answering your questions and discussing how and why organizations are leveraging event streaming as a foundational technology to run their business in real time.
In today's digital age, events are everywhere. Every digital action - across online purchases to ride-sharing requests to bank deposits - creates a set of events around transaction amount, transaction time, user location, account balance, and much more. Event streaming solves the fundamental business problem of re-conceptualizing data as a continually updating stream of events, not as discrete snapshots. With this new paradigm, organizations can develop a new category of event-driven applications built around real-time actions with historical context - i.e. with both eyes open and gain a universal pipeline for real-time as well as historical events.
RSVP by September 16
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Lunch will be Provided
Uncle Jack's Steakhouse
440 Ninth Avenue
Between 34th and 35th Street
New York, NY 10001
This is a private, invitation only luncheon. Registration in advance is required.
Jun Rao, Co-founder, Confluent
Jun Rao is the co-founder of Confluent, a company that provides a stream data platform on top of Apache Kafka. Before Confluent, Jun Rao was a senior staff engineer at LinkedIn where he led the development of Kafka. Before LinkedIn, Jun Rao was a researcher at IBM's Almaden research data center, where he conducted research on database and distributed systems. Jun Rao is the PMC chair of Apache Kafka and a committer of Apache Cassandra.