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Event Streaming Series, Ep.1: Introduction to Event Streaming!

Join our Event Streaming Series and learn how these solutions can help you build reliable, scalable and efficient applications!

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Join our Event Streaming Series and learn how these solutions can help you build reliable, scalable and efficient applications!

Moving from monstrous monoliths to distributed service-oriented and microservice architectures, we quickly realized that simple HTTP calls no longer cut it - we needed better solutions to handle flows of rapidly changing data pieces. This need gave rise to event streaming platforms, dealing with billions of messages with ease.

Now they have become an industry-standard in cross-service communication: nearly every big project uses systems like Kafka, RabbitMQ, ActiveMQ or many others. But what made them so appealing and why do most job listings for senior developers require knowledge of at least one of them?

We invite you to join our Event Streaming Series to discover the answers and learn how these solutions can help you build reliable, scalable and efficient applications! If you are a developer looking for new skills and knowledge, this series will boost your understanding of distributed systems and raise your capabilities aloft!

- From engineers to engineers

- Open-source only

- Hands-on experience

- Live communication with speakers

- Participation certificate

Episode 1:

In the first session, we will cover the core concepts of event streaming, introduce the main features and use cases and run a live demo using Apache Pulsar! You will then get to take the driving seat and run your very own Pulsar deployment - taking the first step into Event Streaming!

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Series Schedule

(Please register for every episode)

Episode 1: Introduction to Event Streaming

May 31 - Register on this page

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Episode 2: Streaming in Action

June 7 - Register here

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Episode 3: Building an Advanced Event Streaming System

June 14 - Register here


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