How to Operate an Enterprise Scale Apache Kafka Cluster
Brett Orr
General Manager Bigmate

About This Workshop

Operating an enterprise scale Apache Kafka cluster successfully requires extensive knowledge and expertise, which is in short supply in today’s market. Creating a cluster is difficult as is, but what about ongoing operations and maintenance? Rather than increased risk in finding a talented team or doing it yourself, we’ll explore how Instaclustr’s platform simplifies all the complexities involved in effective management and deployment of Kafka backed by industry leading SLAs and the most talented Kafka operators.

What will you get out of the webinar?
This webinar is intended to provide insight on the specific challenges commonly faced by many businesses attempting to operate production level Kafka on their own. This knowledge stems from our operations team that has supported hundreds of Kafka customers at the production level. Our operations team really has seen it all considering the collective Kafka node hours running on our platform. This webinar will provide you with an understanding of what goes into the deployment and management of a production Kafka cluster and how Instaclustr’s platform backed by our knowledgeable engineering team can ease this process.

Who should attend?
This webinar is geared towards Kafka business and technology users, specifically those looking into basing their event-driven architecture around Kafka or those running into challenges operating Kafka themselves.
Suggested attendees:

  • Kafka Operators
  • Kafka Admins
  • Kafka App Devs
  • Data or Infrastructure Engineering Teams

Ritam Das, Solutions Engineer

Taylor Bliszcz, Sr. Solutions Engineer

Wade Timmer, Solutions Engineer

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