Are you interested in learning how new modern architectures are designed to support some of the world’s largest platforms, as well as the capability to
integrate legacy systems for a holistic view of your corporate data?
Join DataStax and Confluent for Data and Drinks at 10 Degrees in Seattle on Thursday, October 17
for an amazing distillery tour, delicious food, and networking.
We’ll have a technical discussion around the value proposition of integrating Confluent’s Kafka and DataStax Enterprise.
We will showcase a highly scalable, fault-tolerant streaming integration to perform a data management platform known for delivering high value to you and your customers.
We'll also hear from Josh Turner of T-Mobile, who will be sharing his experience leveraging these great technologies to overcome his data
We will discuss:
||Architectural overview of Confluent’s Kafka
||Architectural overview of DataStax Enterprise
||Modern solutions designed to address today’s application needs
Date: Thursday, October 17, 2019
Time: 4:30 pm - 7:30 p.m.
Location: 10 Degrees, 1312 E Union St, Seattle, WA 98122
4:30pm - 5pm Registration
5pm - 6pm Presentations
6pm - 7pm Tasting and Distillery Tour
7pm - 7:30pm Networking
Come join us to learn from our customers, eat, drink, and network with your peers!
About the Presenters:
20 years of experience in enterprise technology, Richard has worked with top Fortune 500 companies providing solutions around low latency, high availability, fault-tolerant solution stacks as well as security solutions in identity and access management.
His primary focus throughout his career has been on real-time architectures delivering solutions in Media, Finance, Telco, and Retail markets.
than 19 years Brian has been in a variety of technology management, engineering, infrastructure, and data analytics roles.
Currently, he works directly with customers looking to transform their businesses with real-time processing, microservices, and event sourcing.
Strike up a conversation with Brian about scuba diving, road racing, motorcycling, mountain biking, snowboarding/skiing, tennis, Lego, Python, TensorFlow, and beach vacations.
the Principal Engineer of Distributed Data Systems at T-Mobile.
He has a background in databases, software development and Linux administration with a strong passion for automation and tool development.
Expert in Cassandra, Oracle, and Ansible with strong Java and Python skillsets.
Experienced in Operations, Development, and System Design leading a DevOps team for 24/7/365 support of mission critical systems.